Now BEFORE you watch this, please check out my first video about Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPopjuKuweg&list=PL_loxoCVsWqwRYQO-u0iW_bjL_DpWBbd8 That will help you better understand what BPD is so that you can then add on the idea of "quiet borderline" and what that may look like and feel like. So the traditional way that we see and experience BPD is a very outward expressing or anger out way. We can be very volatile in our relationships and even struggle with suicidality. We worry a lot about others leaving us and almost cannot trust them to stay! So we can get very upset and hurt. We express this outwardly and it can be very hard on us and those who we are in relationship with. However, there are many of us who may relate to the symptoms of BPD, but do not lash out or express any emotion outwardly. We may instead, express it inward, and take it out on ourselves solely. Obviously, everyone expresses their diagnosis differently, so you may identify with all or none of this. Just keep in mind that this is why we need to see a professional and get a proper diagnosis before we jump to any conclusions. Those of us with a "quiet borderline" may have really needed a better or more nurturing parent. This can lead us to feeling like we don't really exist or that what we need and want is not acceptable. Another portion of BPD that could be seen as a "quiet borderline" trait are the areas of impulsivity. We may binge eat or use drugs or alcohol to cope, both of which are things that do to harm ourselves and could be done in private without sharing these struggles with anyone. So you can see how it can differ person to person, and some of us may not have the traditional BPD experience. Please keep in mind that no matter what diagnosis we are given, we still need to ask questions and express your own feelings and symptoms so that our treatment team can better understand what we are going through, and make sure we are getting the proper support! YOU CAN RECOVER!! REMEMBER THAT! MY FREE WORKBOOKS: Self-Harm workbook http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC My SCHEDULE: MONDAY - New video release http://goo.gl/OUEsgM TUESDAY - Tumblr Tuesday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/79fMfa WEDNESDAY - Website & YouTube Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/CIp9b9 THURSDAY - Twitter Thursday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/kL7ZjX FRIDAY - Facebook Friday Vlog #KatiFAQ - https://goo.gl/kjYLeR My PO Box: 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403 OTHER: My Website: https://www.katimorton.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/katimorton Tumblr: https://www.katimorton.tumblr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/GEht/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Mitchell Davis talks Agoraphobia, OCD & Panic Attacks | On The Couch Ep. 3 with Kati Morton" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra8gUzMUuXY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- recovery cutting psychology therapist
James Mertens: does anyone know how to bring this up to a therapist? ive been seeing one for my anxiety& depression for a couple months and i dont really know how to bring up how i think this may describe my symptoms and their cause better
Declan Patrick Cavanaugh: Beautiful video. Thank you.
Kir Cheese: I would like to go to a DBT inpatient. I'm dealing with BPD symptoms and I want quality help. if you could point me in the right direction that would be great.
Rozalia slaboiu: In December 2016, I was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder .
And so as you say, many therapists do not want to have to deal with us.
What I noticed is that we, people with BPD are categorized as aggressive - in all its forms - manipulative, abusive and so on....
I am very quiet, civilized mannered and I've never done anything bad to anyone.
I live in Germany - although I am Romanian woman - a beautiful mountain region. A place to cognitive behavioral therapy, it gets very hard. naturopath, psychotherapy,
I attend to a school of psychotherapy here in Germany.
I am in the first year. I wanted to ask you if reading the book of Marsha Linehan can I help myself? I believe, I am a "quiet" borderline. I refuse to take medications, but I believe in the power of quality psychotherapy.
Thanks in advance for your answer.
Sory for my English
Robert Elliott: Im in therapy right now. My therapist doesn't think im Borderline, I'm a male. I've tried to explain to her I was very physically violent at one point but it switched in my 20s into this Quiet Borderline. I'm 30 now and I have these intense love and hate relationships and it's so hard to deal with. I love so deeply but I have such a hard time trusting anyone and my emotions change from the smallest incidents. I ruminate all day every day , I can't shut my mind up, I'm always thinking about certain situations that occured, usually having to do with interpersonal issues. I even recreate situations or dialogues in my mind when I'm ruminating that never even happened, I think my mind is kind of searching for some kind of closure, but I just can't ever seem to get that closure so I can move past these issues and stop ruminating.
I never even knew I was Borderline until I started dating a women I reconnected with from childhood. She was Borderline and she asked me to look it up one time, so I can get an idea of what she is going through.
Well In the process of doing so, I actually started realizing I had all of these same issues and I went on a serious research endeavor and eventually into Therapy. I have since broken up with my loving Borderline, and I miss her dearly and now I just ruminate about it all day. I'm trying to just move past all this, but my mind just won't let me.
I'm researching some direct correlations between physical and mental health. I feel I'm on the brink of understanding how to cure this thing with a Fruit Diet and Behavioral Therapy.
Colin Lee Shell: I think I'm a quiet borderline with my upbringing been battered from being a child alot of head games conflicting me if I was a good person or a bad person from my dad I hold things in and always have still have respect for my dad,why I don't know and I do feel rejected at times that no one cares and I do put a smile on my face to make the world think I'm OK,I don't know what normal is I thought my friends life was abnormal to mine I was getting abused physically and mentally and I thought that was normal so I don't really understand what normal is if that makes sense
allien K: this has really helped me understand my diagnosis.. thank you so soooo much
i dont knwo what im doing please dont hurt me: i have bpd but i am very timid. I dont talk much, nonetheless argue, because i dont want to piss off the few people I have left. I tend to stay away from people especially irl, not because i just dont wanna talk i just know it will never work out and both or one of us will end up hearbroken (probably me). Sometimes on rare occasion ill just flip my lid and start ranting on and on about my problems and worries and etc, and then theyll eventually seem to get tired of me and start just replying with 'mhm' and 'yea ik', leaving me in a worse rut i was in before. I cant even bask at the thought of talking to a complete stranger about my intimate problems, it just dosent feel right, like im ranting or being annoying. ive been given anxiety medicine but i CANT take that shit. it makes me feel so numb and high but in control of my state. i hate it i just cant.
Hayzie Anime: This is me all over! I was diagnosed with BPD with tendencies of DPD two years ago and I went to a DBT group and met some girls with BPD and realised they were so different to me! Yet I realise now that I'm more of a quiet borderline!
Thank you for this! <3
Madd Scientist: I think that this person I know has this "quiet borderline" along with HFA-Aspergers...... he is a 60yr.old doctor...it is very interesting!!!
Catherine Taylor: I was diagnosed with BPD when I was around 8. I suffered from extreme abuse as a child for 13 years until I watched my abuser die in front of me from a drug overdose. Thank you for this video! When people see my self harm scars they either are afraid of me or want to fix me. They see a disease instead of a person!
BlackRaven156: I found this video very helpful and encouraging! Thank you! I subscribed to your channel and have been watching your other videos.
Ain Adhifera: I am soooooooooo thankful I found your channel. <3
Jessica Dungeon: Beautifully said! Very cool. Yes, introverted subtype is how I identify, as I've heard it been described as. I was misdiagnosed at around age 3 (I know) with another disorder that I could just never identify with. Just couldn't, although I believed I had it because growing up, thats what I was told by people who were somewhat misinformed themselves by the then professionals. I identified with BPD in my mid 20's, but was told that no, you're X ms dungeon, not BPD. I have only recently realised that yes, this is my diagnosis. This explains a heck of a lot. Unfortunately I've researched that its quite a stigmatized disorder among various professions. So not jumping the gun just yet to have my diagnostic rap sheet updated (overhauled). Sorry, went on for a bit. Thanks for reading.
Gage Lloyd: I don't know if anyone will reply but, I think I have BPD and am thinking about getting tested. The only thing is I never get angry at my girlfriend. I may distance from her but never do I switch how I feel about her... is that a key sign or can I still have BPD without having that symptom. I do have the sudden drastic mood swings and I do relate to almost all the rest of the things.. please help if anyone has knowledge of this
Andrew Marlow: I'm now trying to stop drinking as it makes things a lot worse for me
Andrew Marlow: I have BPD I worry a lot I get very paranoid angry suicidal emotional
Mers: Wow...I've been doing some research recently because I've felt like i've had this disorder but i always felt alienated from the diagnoses because while I fit many of the criteria, I'm not a very outward emotional person...so so so often I feel intense anger by my friends and I am really bitter about them and when i think about them I feel hatred, but I never really act on that because at the same time i would feel extreme guilt if i were mean to them and on top of that I dont want them to leave me...so wow...yeah...glad "quiet" borderline is a thing
Jasmine Bennety: i never knew i was a quiet borderline till hearing another person mention it.
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