Self-love is a process. It’s an ability and not a given.
I cannot control, undo, or continue to drown in negativity over your choice. What is done is done. It has been done for a long time now.
Recovery isn’t linear. I will never be recovered but rather in various stages of recovery.
Evolution is equal parts exciting and painful.
If a person with BPD sees, hears, and smells something, then how can it be untrue? Third party perspective.
Suicide is not a sign of weakness. It is a symptom of an illness.
My compulsions were an unhealthy relationship creating imbalance in my universe. This perceived coping skill was really a self-destructive behavior.
Is it wrong if an ill individual can manage to muster up the ability to do something that truly brings them joy?
It’s amazing, all the things I can do with my broken parts, and it’s okay if there are some things I can’t do.
Recovery isn’t linear. Recovery doesn’t have one magical formula that can apply to the multitude of unique circumstances each person may encounter. Recovery is about doing the best we can with what we have at the time.