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They are hard-wired to feel love, hate, and everything in between more intensely, in the vast majority of situations, and with most people—especially the people who love them most. Or will it be the raging tyrant who's got to have her way, no matter what? You are among fathers, mothers, partners, siblings, and others who are going through the same pain and difficulties—difficulties so incomprehensible that one person who struggled for years with the BPD of a close loved one summed it up this way: "I feel like I'm in the middle of Oz complete with flying monkeys and talking trees.If several of these sound familiar, there is good news.
It absolutely disgusts me that people like yourself can write such fantastical scenarios while assuming they have any sort of medical authority on the matter. It frightens me to think that someone might read your numerous rants and think it is perfectly reasonable to whitewash genuine actual mental health issues with your ridiculous ideations, or worse, think there is any fact behind them. I see this, and grandiosity about your 'qualifications' as innate insecurity. I spent about five years in DBT, and after that was accepted to seminary and moved to Kenya, Africa to be a hospital chaplain.Specifically, in order to be considered a psychopath, also called a sociopath, a person must have a lack of remorse or guilt about their actions in addition to demonstrating antisocial behaviors. Other core symptoms of this condition are thought to include a severe lack of caring for others, a lack of emotion, overconfidence, selfishness and a higher propensity for aggression compared to other people with antisocial personality disorder. "Facial Emotion Processing in Criminal Psychopathy. Preliminary Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study." British Journal of Psychiatry 189 Dec. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Treatment Revision. That person experiencing pain will respond in genius ways such as dissociative coping, only to have others interpret this protective response as angry and manipulative. The best way to describe it would be like this: When you're really high on marijuana, and your hands don't feel like they're yours, or you'll say something and you're like, Did I just say that? It was very frightening, and doctors kept saying it was depression." —Royal Cumings "Most people with BPD that I've met are very gentle souls; they're very kind people.If our community valued sensitivity, and understood our responses to pain, we could enjoy life; we'd want to be present for it." —Mary Hofert Flaherty "Depersonalization is basically a defense mechanism, usually after some kind of trauma, but when you get chronic depersonalization — like I did — you get caught in that state for months. It's a sensitive brain combined with either trauma or invalidation.