Unless a borderline community is created on medhelp my suggestion is to find MH forums that deal with any one of your symptoms. For example a forum on mood disorders.
Although there might not be a specific community for this on this particular site, it does have a host of other forums for mental illness and all of us with any form of mental illness have a lot of the same experiences, so you don't have to wait for one to be created. This forum is fine for those of us who participate on here. If you don't find that we can be of any help because none of us have this particular diagnosis, I'm sure there are organizations that can direct you to a website that focuses on it. The internet has something for every disease. But even with this disorder you would share a lot with those suffering from anxiety and depression. The diagnostic manuals are full of different disorders nowadays, which is sometimes a good thing and sometimes not so good, but again, the symptoms you're having are shared by many who have been diagnosed with depression or anxiety. When it's bad, it's bad, and it affects how we see ourselves and causes all manner of dysfunction in our relationships and lives. It just depends on how bad it is and whether we're receiving treatment for it and whether we're seeing the right people for that treatment and whether it works for us or not, as mental illness does not have a great track record of successful treatment which puts a lot of burden on us to keep seeking different professionals if the ones we're seeing aren't helping us. That's hard, as we are trying to avoid things. But it is what has to be done if one can do it. Also, everyone suffering mental illness has a stigma. That's been true for all of recorded history, and as bad as it is, we are living in the best time in history to have mental illness because the stigma is much less than it once was when everything was seen through the prism of superstition and religion. So everyone on here can relate even if we don't have the same diagnoses. I will say one thing -- the word can't is often used by the mentally ill, including me, but it's never true. You can message people. You may choose not to, but you objectively can. If you can find a therapist who you bond with you can learn, without any guarantee, not to think in terms of can't. Many of us never get there, but again, objectively, you can. If we could all believe that we'd have fewer problems. If you are a difficult patient, it is going to be hard to get help. You have to do most of the work. But sometimes it's just that therapy and medication doesn't work well until we find just the right fit. We all feel alone with our mental illness because nobody else can truly step into our brains, not even others with mental illness, but we can try. Peace.
Hello and thanks for the question. I will pass this suggestion along to the Community Manager of the site. We want you to get support and I'm sure it would be nice to talk to others who also have borderline personality. I do want to add that it is unethical for a health care provider to instruct a suicidal patient on how to complete death. We're sorry that happened to you. Every person is of value and every person should be treated with compassion.