Can you have a successful relationship with a person who has a cluster B personality disorder? There’s really no clear answer to that.
It’s like a little voice that tells us to screw things up. Or is it like a subconscious compulsion? If we can learn to recognize when we’re doing it, maybe we can do something about it.
It’s a difficult, if not impossible thing to do. Tread carefully and make sure you don’t get hurt in the process.
When we start trying to heal our BPD and NPD, it can be easy to start seeing the healing process as a straight sprint to the finish line. However, that finish line is a very long way away, and it’s really difficult to sprint that far.
We know all about the Blankets of Sadness and Meh, but have I ever told you about the Blanket of Anger? This is how people end up on Twitter.
Personal space is such an important thing, but it’s so obvious and dull that we forget about it.
It’s important and yet we try not to do it. Stop that.
It turns out that being happy isn’t always as simple as being happy. You’ve got to let yourself accept that it’s actually happening.
Disappointment happens to all of us, and all we can do is choose how we react. Getting sad and beaten down, or getting angry is never the way to go.
Can therapy go on forever? What happens when it ends? Are we left struggling again, or do we learn good coping skills?