To keep it short..
I am a 17-years-old girl and I have a OCD past (I still somewhat suffer from it but I’m on meds) however, lately I feel like displaying some BPD symptoms.. for example:
- I get very easilyyy bored, there’s really no activity that brings passion and excitement out of me, in fact I just feel like emptiness I have to fill up with always a fresh new self-image and attitude (I think to know who I am at the core, but I don’t like that, in fact I have a poor self-esteem)
- I can get VERY angry and bitter even for silly, irrelevant things.. I just feel like the weather, sunny and bright at the moment and violent and stormy the minute later.. I have very intense mood swings especially with the guy I love, the most important person to me that at the same time I hate with a passion and I also fear to be left behind by him.
- However, I don’t clinge to drinking, self-harm, promiscuity behaviours.
What do you think about it?
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