False Charge: BB Is Full of People with BPD
« on: December 26, 2017, 10:20:24 pm »
I have a psych nurse friend who is convinced that online forums, such as BB, are full of people with borderline personality disorders implying that they (the forums) should be avoided. She is a professor of nursing at a highly prestigious university’s graduate school of nursing and has a Post Masters in Psych-Mental Health Nursing. She teaches graduate and doctoral students in that same program.
She has also made statements such as, “You may need to be on psych meds the rest of your life like a diabetic needs insulin.” As we know, these are statements that those in the uninformed medical community make when they are not educated about the risks of psych meds, having drunk the Kool-Aid of Big Pharma.
Is there any information I can use to counter this claim of “forums are full of people with BPD”?
This anxiety is intense.
« on: December 15, 2017, 10:59:41 am »
It’s like nothing I have ever felt before.. It’s like being stuck in the middle of a panic attack, but while being somewhat calm. Foggy mind, but disassociative fearful thoughts are completely ripping my focus away from reality and forcing me to put all of my attention on things that I normally wouldn’t be this afraid of. It’s almost like constantly being startled and tunnel visioning on a man with a gun aimed at you, except it’s all happening for no reason. My mind is just shooting forceful terrifying thoughts at me and they override any of my thoughts, completely disrupting my thought process.
Seems like adrenaline dumps, because suddenly I am overwhelmed with a feeling of panic, like I’m about to go crazy.. It immediately gets hard to breathe and I feel like I’m going to pass out.. But it leaves almost as quickly as it came, leaving me with tremors in my stomach and legs.
All of this just seems to happen totally unprovoked and without cause. I can’t help but worry that something neurological might be wrong with me, because I feel so spaced out and unable to think or control my thoughts. It makes me feel like I’m losing it.
Anyone else had this?
« on: October 09, 2017, 04:00:20 pm »
How long does it take to be “kindled?” I’m very worried that all those times I ran out of my prescription early has kindled me into oblivion.
Excoriation disorder (also known as dermatillomania, skin-picking disorder, neurotic excoriation, acne excoriee, pathologic skin picking (PSP), compulsive skin picking (CSP) or psychogenic excoriation) is a mental disorder characterized by the repeated urge to pick at one’s own skin, often to the extent that damage is caused. It is defined as “repetitive and compulsive picking of skin which results in tissue damage.”
There are several different classes of pharmacological treatment agents that have some support for treating excoriation disorder: (1) SSRIs; (2) opioid antagonists; and (3) glutamatergic agents. In addition to these classes of drugs, some other pharmacological products have been tested in small trials as well.
Typically, individuals with excoriation disorder find that the disorder interferes with daily life. Hindered by shame, embarrassment, and humiliation, they may take measures to hide their disorder by not leaving home, wearing long sleeves and pants even in heat, or covering visible damage to skin with cosmetics and/or bandages. Activities such as typing may be painful for those who pick at their fingers or hands, or walking for those who pick at the soles of their feet
Was this poor person forced to stop taking their medication by the anti-psychiatry maniacs at Benzo Buddies?
As if I had Tuerettes . . . . . . . .
« on: July 26, 2016, 03:00:25 pm »
The constant picking of my scalp. I have a lot of little tiny pimples and I keep feeling my scalp for them.
« on: May 19, 2016, 11:20:06 pm »
I spent the last 7 days in the mental health hospital because of the difficulties with my severe anxiety. I do believe it helped a little but not very much. I am out now and look forward to every window I get. This whole journey would be so much harder by my self. Thanks buddies.