Living life on the borderline

Change on the horizon?…

Posted on: September 1, 2011

Hello lovely ones in the madosphere! I have been terribly neglectful of late with this blog. So I shall provide a muchly narcisstic bullet-pointed list of how I’ve been over the past few months.

  • I entered a crisis house for several weeks, after uh… going mad again! The big, black, back-breaking boulder of depression hit me full force. My hair remained unwashed for a longer period of time than I’d like to admit on a public forum.
  • My official complaint to my NHS Trust regarding my treatment has been completed.
  • The results of such aree….



…….wait for it….

I am no longer diagnosed as having borderline personality disorder! Yay 🙂
But I have some new diagnoses! Woe 😦
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which came as a complete surprise(!), depression & some form of strangely creature called anorexia. I say some form because it’s one of those murky areas of… psychiatric diagnosis that is never really clear. It’s all very smoky & mystical & mad!

  • I may be approaching another “hyper” episode because I have not slept at all in several days & various other symptoms that are too boring to type down.
  • I am starting college again very shortly, to study art. Oh yes! I am being frivolous!
  • I may be changing this blog. As now technically I don’t “live life on the borderline” but “live life as a panicky, depressed anorexic”, I would like to blog more about the issues I (hopefully!) overcome growing up & going through education & blah.

Has anyone noticed I really really REALLY cannot concentrate on what I’m doing? I must sedate myself & try to get some sleep. Eeven 2 hours would be fabulous.

Humble apologies for disappearing off the face of the earth x


1 Response to "Change on the horizon?…"

oh this is really good news. I notice how now you re talking about yourself differently since losing the bpd label, I am glad. sorry if I am being a bit presumptuous in saying that. Well done you for seeing the complaint through. That is so brave. Mel

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I'm an 18 year old girl/woman/person of the female gender who blogs about growing up, living with mental health problems and her experience with the NHS mental health services, both CAMHS and CMHTs. Expect plenty of teenage angst and general craziness. Nothing out of the ordinary here.

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