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29 Tumblr Posts That Will Make Anyone With BPD Feel Less Alone

"Me??? The jealous type????? Absolutely, yes."

1. This temptation:

2. This unavoidable conclusion:

3. This million dollar question:

4. The most honest answer:

5. This terrible crisis:

6. This casual search:

7. That feeling when you go from zero to 100:

8. That emotional whiplash:

9. This accurate description:

10. This valiant effort:

11. This shocking turn of events:

12. This accidental habit:

13. That feeling when things have been a little too quiet:

14. This identity crisis:

15. This fitting combo:

16. These #relatable feels:

17. This simple dream:

18. This unimaginable idea:

19. This injustice:

20. This catchy song:

21. This internal monologue:

22. These all-too-familiar emotions:

23. The worst TV show ever:

24. Those times you wish you could just stay home:

25. This baffling notion:

26. This slight tweak:

27. This totally proportionate reaction:

28. This cycle:

29. And finally, this shoutout to remind you you're not alone:

By the way, humor is a great way for a lot of people to cope with their BPD, but if you found a lot of things in this post a little too relatable, you might want to look into ways to take care of yourself. So, here are some quick resources, just in case:

You can learn more about how to start here, since pretty much everyone can benefit from talking to a professional.

You can learn more about BPD here.

And if you need to talk to someone immediately, you can reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and or the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741. Suicide helplines outside the US can be found here.

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