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i have all symptoms of borderline personality disorder. so went to psychologist to check. but she said "its all in your mind, you are perfectly fine". but i continued self harming each day and have one failed attempt of suicide and still going on. help me

By Anonymous August 26, 2012 - 9:13am
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i have been taking overdose of paracetamol, i scratch myself everyday badly, i am scrounging for a perfect way to die but dont want it to fail this time as now am treated with frigging sweet smiles and leniency and too much care. they treat me like am some weirdo. but i love my boyfriend a lot and he loves me too. he feels hurt to see me in this condition. i want to live normal for him

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HI Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Sorry to hear how you feel, It's important to let someone close to you know how you feel. It can be your boyfriend or a friend, family member.  You really need to see another doctor and explain all your symptoms.  It's important to keep a positive mind and know you can surpass all these feeling with the right help.  A doctor that knows all the things you are experiencing, will choose the right treatment for you such as medication and will also suggest psychotherapy.  Both together can help, in making you see life in a more positive way.  Please see a doctor immediately, get a second opinion.  There are lots of treatments out there, that will help you.  

Please keep us posted,

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