Day 20: BPD Challenge (Expressing Yourself)

I am doing this 31 days of BPD challenge because of the stigma associated with Borderline Personality Disorder.  It is probably one of the last talked about (honestly) and explained from personal experience than any other mental illness.  All these prompts have to do with characteristics of BPD, whether to do with specific symptoms and criteria of the illness or vague questions about items that are related to the illness, ex questions about specific relationships.

  • Day 20: How do you usually express yourself?

I express myself through music and writing. I love listening to music and singing in my car at the top of my lungs. It is the best feeling to me and completely changes my mood.

I love writing and blogging, this blog/website of mine has completely helped me to express myself.


2 thoughts on “Day 20: BPD Challenge (Expressing Yourself)

  1. I like this. It is important for us to express ourselves. I would like to express myself more in my appearance. I have been neglecting my personal style and it causes me to feel more depressed. The last couple of days that I was at work, I wore my hair down long, the way I like it. I felt more like myself that wearing the pony tail that I usually wear.
    I have some things that I like to wear and they make me feel more like myself.
    I have also neglected my art. I love to draw and I have not been doing that either.
    I would really like to try to make some youtube videos of my spoken word poetry,I have been thinking if it for a while but I keep getting scared that it wont be good.
    I might try to do this later tonight, just with one poem.
    Thank you for your blog


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