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How To Love Yourself No Matter What
34. Let's Talk Mental Wealth

How To Love Yourself No Matter What

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 26:48


What is mental health?  It isn't feeling happy all the time.  It's also not always acting calm either.  Plus what is the difference between mental health and mental wealth?  The answers to these questions might not be what you think.  Listen in to find out more.Are you ready for that strategy call with Amanda? Find it here: amandahess.ca/bookacallFind Amanda on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fuckyourdisorder/Join Amanda's Free Facebook Support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/amandahess

The Wright Conversations
Ep. 28: A Conversation About DBT with Dr. J.J Kelly

The Wright Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 31:02


Dr. J.J Kelly (she/they), aka The Punk Rock Doc, is a licensed clinical psychologist and emotional skills training expert. She spent 16 years working as a mental health professional in the health system, seeing first-hand the systemic injustices of ableism, elitism, homophobia, racism, sexism, and narcissism. She then decided to build a system based on love, laughter, and teaching, to achieve global healing and help others like themselves and unlock their superpowers.   Hey everyone! Welcome to today's episode of the Wright Conversations Podcast! For today's episode, I'm joined by Dr. J.J Kelly to talk about Dialectical Behavior Therapy, the misconceptions around its usage, and the reality of working with insurance companies. Dr. Kelly also talks about ‘I feel' statements, identifying and owning our emotions, the symptoms of shame, and achieving global healing through gratitude. Let's delve in!   In this Episode You'll Learn: [01:39] A bit about Dr. Kelly. [02:54] What is DBT? [04:32] BPD and DBT. [06:16] Who is DBT for? [07:52] The problem with working with insurance companies. [09:17] “I feel like…” statements. [16:33] Why do emotions matter? [18:25] Identifying shame. [21:09] The symptoms of shame. [23:13] How to start learning these skills. [26:18] Dr. Kelly's words of wisdom.   Quotes: “It shouldn't be black and white. Everything is gray.” [04:06] “The word that comes after the word ‘feel' has to be an emotion word.” [10:35] “The majority of misery that humans experience is because of a lack of connection to themselves and each other.” [17:33] “There's nothing more illogical than denying emotions.” [17:45] “The very heart of narcissism is shame.” [22:54] “Happy people act right.” [26:38] “The natural by-product of liking yourself is wanting to give.” [28:00]   Connect with Dr. Kelly Website:            www.drjjkelly.com. Instagram:          @drjjkelly. YouTube:           Dr. J.J Kelly.     Connect with Rachel Wright Website:            https://rachelwrightnyc.com Instagram:          @thewright_rachel Twitter:              @thewrightrachel   Resources   WIN A FREE INTIMACY AFTER DARK DECK!   Get 30% OFF the NEW After Dark Deck! Use Promo Code: Rachel   Get your Zumio Discount!   Call to Action Please if you love this episode, and know someone else who is a passionate soul on a mission just like you share it with your friends and others. To help this podcast grow please leave an iTunes review and don't forget to subscribe.

Bold Beautiful Borderline
Tattoos and Piercings as Self-Harm? Round 2 feat Lucia & Talon

Bold Beautiful Borderline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 68:37


Last year we recorded an episode based on an email that Sara received from a loved one of someone with BPD. Today we're giving some additional thoughts from Lucia, someone with BPD and body modifications, and Talon, who was a professional piercer for many years. PREVIOUS EPISODE CONTEXT: In this episode of the podcast, Laurie and Sara explore the idea of body modifications and BPD after a DM that a parent of an adult with BPD sent Sara stating the following: "Hi Sara! So cool to see how life is evolving for you! As a mom I am having some trouble with radically accepting my 24!yr. old kid's fourth (not small) tattoo. I remind myself that it's not my journey /nor my body/ and yet it's hard to shake the feeling that some of this is a form of distraction for dysregulated or at least high anxiety.. again not my pain either. As a mom I am pained by the feeling that there will be regret with healing and recovery. I know you have surface embellishments as well and can see how these don't impede your happiness. I hope for this for my loved one." Support the showYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderlineYou can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.comIf you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon.For mental health supports:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online ChatSAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727)OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlinesSupport the showYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderline You can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.com If you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon. For mental health supports: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online Chat SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727) OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines

Breaking the Borderline Stigma
Recognizing and Managing Triggers - Part 2

Breaking the Borderline Stigma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 30:41


In this episode, Kristin shares another story around how recognizing triggers and more tips on what you can do in the moment to keep things from escalating or getting worse.Like the episode? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss when a new episode is released!WANT TO BE A PART OF THE COMMUNITY? YES! I'm Interested In Joining The Community! (NOTE: If the above link does not work, please copy and paste this url: http://podcastmembership.pages.ontraport.net/)SHARE THIS EPISODE: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1842423/11768477Interested in 1:1 or Group Coaching? SCHEDULE A FREE DISCOVERY CALL with Kristin : https://kristinnicoleonline.com/discoverycall CONTACT OR CONNECT WITH KRISTIN ON SOCIAL:  https://withkoji.com/@KristinNicole****DISCLAIMER: Kristin Nicole is a Woman-Centered Confidence and Empowerment Coach helping Deeply Feeling, Empathic, HSP (highly sensitive people) and BPD (borderline personality disorder) women break free from shame & isolation and unlock their full potential. She is not a therapist or mental health professional. Kristin provides these beautiful and sensitive women, who tend to keep their feelings hidden, with a safe space to show up exactly as they are, build confidence, self-love, and self-acceptance without fear of judgement, shame, or guilt even if they aren't able to express themselves to others. This podcast is an expression of her own experiences and views and should not be seen as offering professional or medical advice.If you or someone you know is struggling and/or considering self-harm, please reach out to a mental health professional today;OR Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (USA only)Visit their website at http://suicidepreventionlifeline.orgText the word "home" to 741741 (US and Canada only) to connect to a counselor, or visit their website at https://www.crisistextline.org. If you are in the UK, text 85258, or in Ireland, text 50808.Reach out to the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) at https://www.iasp.info Support the show

Living the Front Seat Life LLC (sm) Podcast
I Want My Skin Back: living with BPD

Living the Front Seat Life LLC (sm) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 20:18


Ep. 63 What does it feel like to live with Borderline Personality Disorder? Right now, Kelly Marie is dealing with a depressive episode and during these times she finds that her BPD is "closer to the surface" now than when she doesn't have an overlapping depressive episode. She's been implementing the tools that she knows helps her to manage her mental health conditions and one of those ways is through journaling. JOURNAL ENTRY 11/27/22: When I feel this way, I feel raw. Like someone has peeled away the layers of my skin, one layer at a time they expose me and my feelings to the world. I feel tingly. Not in a good way but in a scrubbed hard with a bristle brush way. I'm only guessing because I've never been scrubbed hard with a bristle brush. What am I supposed to do? I just want to lay in the bed and cry. I feel like everything that I say is wrong. I'm sharing too much or not enough. I can't find the right words. The struggle for basic words that I know I know but they just don't come to me. I can't figure out how to put thoughts together and connect them to sentences and words in order to explain what I'm thinking. It's taking everything I have, okay not everything, but I am really struggling with managing my emotions right now. And I don't know what to do. I'm implementing the tools. I'm writing down my feelings. And journaling. If this counts as journaling. Actually, I know it counts as journaling. But I'm just raw. I feel naked. Listen in to learn more about how Kelly Marie is managing her conditions while still living the Front Seat Life. Mental Health Resources  Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  988 Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor    Other episodes you'll enjoy: Handle Stress Before It Handles You  Dirty Dishes & Wardrobe Malfunctions Understanding the Grace of God & Suicide with Apostle Dr. Garney Davis, Jr.    Check out other Podcasts on the JazzCast Pros Network: Fatha Torch, be the Dad You Wish You Had Getting Real with Bossy, for Women who OWN business  Questions for the Host? Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com  Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast  Rate & Share this Podcast from Spotify Add this show to your collection on Pandora. Support the Show with a one-time donation   Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC IG @thefrontseatlife FB @thefrontseatlife Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com  IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros   Podcast Like a Pro! Riverside.FM Promo Code JAZZYCAST for 15% off Remote Recording  JazzCastPros.com for help launching or editing your podcast.   

Living In The Third Degree With BPD
#72 BPD Triggers of Love AND Hate...

Living In The Third Degree With BPD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 23:15


Any site that you look up and regards to BPD you always find information about triggers of BPD when it comes to episodes and splitting but very rarely will you find one that involves triggers of love so I want to do this episode involving triggers of love as well as hate. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/krazy-papa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/krazy-papa/support

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2
Thanksgiving Week Special Episode: Recovery Stories with Vasu

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 41:38


Borderline Personality Disorder is no longer considered a chronic illness. You can lead a great life with a sensitive, intense, hyperbolic... or any temperament for that matter with hard work, grit, endurance, tenacity, and the willingness to get uncomfortable. Check out this article for confirmation of this assertion: https://ct.counseling.org/2022/10/not-a-monster-destigmatizing-borderline-personality-disorder/ In this episode, I interview Vasu, creator of the podcast artwork, and fellow recovering warrior. Vasu talks about the need for acceptance, a strong support system, and the beauty that unfolds when we stop avoiding emotions and start believing that life can and will get better. I am thankful for Vasu and I know that her recovery story will provide you with hope this holiday weekend. CPTSD, EUPD, & Borderline Personality Disorder recovery work is often painful and difficult. Listen in today to hear a message of hope and encouragement and to add being honorable to your moral compass! Remember to spread the word that BPD/CPTSD/EUPD are all disorders that hurt, though that we can recover from with tenacity, patient endurance, and hard work! Contact us today at 1-844-9-THRIVE. Jay@skeetersstrength.com OR Rose@skeetersstrength.com. Schedule a mindset coaching session today here: https://www.skeetersstrength.com/product/individual-sessions/ Get your gear here: https://thrive-merchandise.creator-spring.com/?   Please remember that this podcast is not a replacement for therapy or clinical services. We are mindset coaches and want to offer this content for the betterment of the BPD community. We offer mindset coaching only for individuals nationally and internationally. Jump start your recovery today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rose-skeeters/support

Secure The Insecure
EP171- Joe Tracini | Hollyoaks, Mental Health, Borderline Personality Disorder, Magician, Comedian

Secure The Insecure

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 31:50


Hello and welcome to Secure The Insecure hosted by Johnny Seifert.On this episode you will hear from Hollyoaks actor, magician, comedian and author Joe Tracini who opens up about his diagnosis of having Borderline Personality Disorder as well as his career following his dad Joe Pasquale's footsteps as a comedian as well as being a magician and a Hollyoaks legend.Joe's book, Ten Things I Hate About Me is available in all book shops.If you are affected by what you have heard on addictions please visit talktofrank.co.uk. If you want more information on BPD visit mind.org.uk and if you are feeling suicidal please visit samaritans.org.uk.If you want to get in touch with Johnny he is on social media @johnnyseifert.If you learnt something in this episode please leave a five star rating and a review and remember it is okay to not be okay. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Breakups and Relationships With Coach Craig Kenneth
Treating Borderline Personality Disorder

Breakups and Relationships With Coach Craig Kenneth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 27:52


In this episode, we talk about the available treatments for BPD and how to support a partner with this diagnosis. Check us out on YouTube: Coach Craig Kenneth Get Craig's help personally: https://www.askcraig.net/take-action/ Get Victoria's help: https://www.askcraig.net/victoria Craig's workbook series: https://www.askcraig.net/workbooks-1/ Get Started on the Creative Healing Course: https://courses.askcraig.net/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coach-craig-kenneth/support

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
Euro Market Open: Mixed/positive trade in an attempted recovery of Monday's action

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 4:52


APAC stocks were mostly positive as regional bourses attempted to recover from the recent China COVID woes.European equity futures were modestly higher overnight with the Euro Stoxx 50 future +0.2% after cash markets closed lower by 0.4% yesterday.DXY has pulled back after topping out just shy of 108, USD/JPY Is back below 142 and EUR/USD remains stuck on a 1.02 handle.Saudi officials denied talk of an increase in OPEC+ oil output; said the current cut of 2mln BPD is to continue until the end of 2023.Looking ahead, highlights include EZ Consumer Confidence Flash, Australian PMIs Flash, Speeches from Fed's Bullard, George, Mester & ECB's Rehn, Supply from Germany & US.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Mind Dive
Episode 19: Borderline Personality Disorder, Unpacking Causes & Treatments with Dr. Lois Choi-Kain

Mind Dive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 39:43


Identifying what causes borderline personality disorder (BPD) is as difficult as understanding the creation of the personality itself. In this podcast, our expert describes BPD as instability in four key areas: interpersonal relationships, emotions, behavior, and cognition/sense of self. The treatment complexities of this disorder can be intimidating for clinicians. We'll explore a variety of questions about BPD, such as whether a certain psychiatric history make someone more vulnerable to this disorder. Are issues with attachment at a young age to blame? What is the relationship, if any, to trauma?Dive into this episode of Mind Dive podcast from The Menninger Clinic as hosts Dr. Kerry Horrell and Dr. Bob Boland are joined by one of the most accomplished minds in the evolution of borderline personality disorder treatment, Lois W. Choi-Kain, MEd, MD. As director of the Gunderson Personality Disorders Institute at McLean Hospital, Dr. Choi-Kain is an expert in one of the best known treatments for BPD, dialectical behavioral therapy. In this discussion, psychiatrist and psychotherapist Dr. Choi-Kain explores the challenges of working with your patient to achieve emotional regulation.“The steps forward are necessarily messy for everyone involved, but the right treatment provides a clearer understanding of why the patient reacts the way they do and what it does to the people around them,” said Dr. Choi-Kain.Follow The Menninger Clinic on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn to never miss an episode of Mind Dive. To submit a topic for discussion, email podcast@menninger.edu. Visit www.menningerclinic.org to learn more about The Menninger Clinic's research and leadership role in mental health.Listen to Episode 18: Eating Disorder Treatment is a Family Affair with Empowered U Resources Mentioned in this Episode: McLean Hospital's General Psychiatric Management for Borderline Personality Disorder Online Training 

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2
From Borderline to Beautiful: Dissociation Demystified.

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 26:35


Borderline Personality Disorder is no longer considered a chronic illness. You can lead a great life with a sensitive, intense, hyperbolic... or any temperament for that matter with hard work, grit, endurance, tenacity, and the willingness to get uncomfortable. Check out this article for confirmation of this assertion: https://ct.counseling.org/2022/10/not-a-monster-destigmatizing-borderline-personality-disorder/ In this episode, I define and demystify dissociation and offer a first step strategy to understand one's own dissociative profile. The key to better understanding dissociation rests in normalizing it. Check out these resources that were referenced in the podcast:  One of the leading psychiatric scholars in the treatment of dissociation is Dr. Elizabeth Howell. In her book The Dissociative Mind, she contends [2]: Chronic trauma...that occurs early in life has profound effects on personality development and can lead to the development of dissociative identity disorder (DID), other dissociative disorders, personality disorders, psychotic thinking, and a host of symptoms such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and substance abuse. In my view, DID is simply an extreme version of the dissociative structure of the psyche that characterizes us all. Dissociation, in a general sense, refers to the rigid separation of parts of experience, including somatic experience, consciousness, affects, perception, identity, and memory. Trauma Made Simple- Jamie Marich, PhD      https://www.traumamadesimple.com CPTSD, EUPD, & Borderline Personality Disorder recovery work is often painful and difficult. Listen in today to hear a message of hope and encouragement and to add being honorable to your moral compass! Remember to spread the word that BPD/CPTSD/EUPD are all disorders that hurt, though that we can recover from with tenacity, patient endurance, and hard work! Contact us today at 1-844-9-THRIVE. Jay@skeetersstrength.com OR Rose@skeetersstrength.com. Schedule a mindset coaching session today here: https://www.skeetersstrength.com/product/individual-sessions/ Get your gear here: https://thrive-merchandise.creator-spring.com/?   Please remember that this podcast is not a replacement for therapy or clinical services. We are mindset coaches and want to offer this content for the betterment of the BPD community. We offer mindset coaching only for individuals nationally and internationally. Jump start your recovery today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rose-skeeters/support

Psychology In Seattle Podcast
Least Favorite Clients and Bob Kissing a Coworker

Psychology In Seattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 130:19


Dr Kirk and Bob answer patron emails. 00:00 Least Favorite Clients and Bob Kissing a Coworker00:06 Our favorite clients 18:56 Therapists wearing wedding rings25:10 OPP26:57 Therapists filing for bankruptcy32:49 Session preparation 38:18 Suicidal clients56:38 Attachment style interpretation58:49 Trauma triggering BPD 1:11:43 Narcissist pointers1:13:31 Behavioral disorders in children1:16:19 Clinical psychology vs. counseling pathways1:21:07 Mean spirited thoughts1:30:28 Living within capitalism1:37:59 Dr. Kirk & Bob's previous jobsFrom our sponsor, Policygenius: Need an insurance policy? Try Policygenius at https://www.policygenius.comFrom our sponsor, BetterHelp: Need a therapist? Try BetterHelp! https://www.betterhelp.com/kirkGet started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. Discount code “KIRK" will be automatically applied.Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattleEmail: https://www.psychologyinseattle.com/contactMerch: https://teespring.com/stores/psychology-in-seattleCameo: https://www.cameo.com/kirkhondaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/psychologyinseattle/Facebook Official Page: https://www.facebook.com/PsychologyInSeattle/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kirk.hondaThe Psychology In Seattle Podcast ®Trigger Warning: This episode may include topics such as assault, trauma, and discrimination. If necessary, listeners are encouraged to refrain from listening and care for their safety and well-being.Disclaimer: The content provided is for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only. Nothing here constitutes personal or professional consultation, therapy, diagnosis, or creates a counselor-client relationship. Topics discussed may generate differing points of view. If you participate (by being a guest, submitting a question, or commenting) you must do so with the knowledge that we cannot control reactions or responses from others, which may not agree with you or feel unfair. Your participation on this site is at your own risk, accepting full responsibility for any liability or harm that may result. Anything you write here may be used for discussion or endorsement of the podcast. Opinions and views expressed by the host and guest hosts are personal views. Although, we take precautions and fact check, they should not be considered facts and the opinions may change. Opinions posted by participants (such as comments) are not those of the hosts. Readers should not rely on any information found here and should perform due diligence before taking any action. For a more extensive description of factors for you to consider, please see www.psychologyinseattle.com

Breakups and Relationships With Coach Craig Kenneth
Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder

Breakups and Relationships With Coach Craig Kenneth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 25:45


BPD can be a difficult diagnosis to grasp. In this episode, we aim to clarify aspects of the disorder and talk about why learning about mental health issues is relevant to your dating life. Check us out on YouTube: Coach Craig Kenneth Get Craig's help personally: https://www.askcraig.net/take-action/ Get Victoria's help: https://www.askcraig.net/victoria Craig's workbook series: https://www.askcraig.net/workbooks-1/ Get Started on the Creative Healing Course: https://courses.askcraig.net/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coach-craig-kenneth/support

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast
What the actual f*ck is a baby borderline? (and other random musings)

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 45:35


Topics discussed in this episode: ■ Bo Burnham (creator of “Inside”) and his thoughts on social media■ My own struggle of trying to find a conscious and mindful relationship to social media and why I took a 4-month hiatus from Instagram■ What is a “baby borderline” and how does this archetype view a BPD diagnosis■ How my thoughts and feelings toward the psychiatric institution and DSM have changed since starting the podcast■ Analyzing Dr. Jessica Taylor's YouTube video from 2019 sharing her reaction to the FDA approving a “miracle drug” for borderline personality disorder■ What is “grounding” or “earthing”  and how can support emotion regulation?■ How to practice grounding or earthing in the cold winter monthsAdditional resources: ■ Ep. 340 of the Minimalists Podcast where they discuss the benefits of grounding with earthing expert Clint Ober■ Clint Ober's website earthing.com (a reputable place to purchase earthing products – I am not paid by this company, I just like/trust the products) Disclaimer: information contained in this podcast episode is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for treatment or consultation with a licensed mental health professional.  

You and Me and BPD
Convo with Elyse

You and Me and BPD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 27:37


In today's episode, I sat down with Elyse Brouhard (@elyse_brouhard on Instagram) to talk about her zine, Handle with Care: Living and Coping with Borderline Personality Disorder. I reached out to Elyse over DM and I am so happy we got to have this conversation about her creative process and daily life living with BPD. If you want to check out the zine, it can be found on the Microcosm Publishing website https://microcosmpublishing.com/catalog/zines/14497 where you can purchase a physical copy. Submissions are still open for the online gallery that I mentioned in the last mini episode so if you want more information or to submit some art / writing pieces, head over to my Instagram @journey.bound and you can find all the information there. I hope our conversation helps you to feel less alone and you know that I am supporting you on your mental health journey

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
Choosing the Roles We Play in Life

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 67:47


If you're the kind of person who listens to mental health podcasts, you're more likely than average to get pulled into an impromptu “helping role” with your family and friends. Sometimes we seek out these roles, but they can also be uncomfortable or one-sided. And sometimes we get stuck playing a role for someone else that we never wanted in the first place.On this episode of Being Well, Forrest and Dr. Rick use this situation as a way in to exploring the various roles we play in life, and the profound impact those often unconscious roles have on us. They talk about relationship models, how we select our roles, how familiar roles can keep us trapped in old patterns, enactments and triangulation, and how we can exit unhealthy systems.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:50: The hazards of accidentally becoming a friend's therapist6:45: Objectivity, professionalism, and not needing to be liked11:00: The roles we take on and how they shape us16:45: Why we choose certain roles, and being crippled by our strengths21:00: Enactments25:15: Splitting30:10: When someone else pushes you into a role35:10: Triangulation48:10: Deep listening and a lesson from Carl Rogers51:10: Practical tips for drawing boundaries in your roles with others59:40: Recap Sponsors:Wondrium helps you learn anything! Right now, Wondrium is offering our listeners 50% OFF their first three months. Sign up today at wondrium.com/beingwell.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.MDbio is a plant-based medicine company with natural products that address sleep, anxiety, pain, and immunity. Get your FREE 10-count sample pack by going to mdbiowellness.com and entering the promo code BEINGWELL at checkout!Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website

Breaking the Borderline Stigma
Recognizing and Managing Triggers - Part 1

Breaking the Borderline Stigma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 34:03


In this episode, Kristin talks about recognizing triggers and shares tips on what you can do in the moment to keep things from escalating or getting worse.Like the episode? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss when a new episode is released!WANT TO BE A PART OF THE COMMUNITY? YES! I'm Interested In Joining The Community! (NOTE: If the above link does not work, please copy and paste this url: http://podcastmembership.pages.ontraport.net/)SHARE THIS EPISODE: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1842423/11694271Interested in 1:1 or Group Coaching? SCHEDULE A FREE DISCOVERY CALL with Kristin : https://kristinnicoleonline.com/discoverycall CONTACT OR CONNECT WITH KRISTIN ON SOCIAL:  https://withkoji.com/@KristinNicole****DISCLAIMER: Kristin Nicole is a Women-Centered Confidence and Empowerment Coach helping Deeply Feeling, HSP (highly sensitive people) and BPD (borderline personality disorder) women break free from shame & isolation and unlock their full potential. She is not a therapist or mental health professional. Kristin provides these beautiful and sensitive women, who tend to keep their feelings hidden, with a safe space to show up exactly as they are, build confidence, self-love, and self-acceptance without fear of judgement, shame, or guilt even if they aren't able to express themselves to others. This podcast is an expression of her own experiences and views and should not be seen as offering professional or medical advice.If you or someone you know is struggling and/or considering self-harm, please reach out to a mental health professional today;OR Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (USA only)Visit their website at http://suicidepreventionlifeline.orgText the word "home" to 741741 (US and Canada only) to connect to a counselor, or visit their website at https://www.crisistextline.org. If you are in the UK, text 85258, or in Ireland, text 50808.Reach out to the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) at https://www.iasp.info Support the show

Bold Beautiful Borderline
Q+A of Non-Monogamy Listener Questions (feat. Leslie)

Bold Beautiful Borderline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 43:24


Hey ya'll! More talk on the intersection between BPD and non-monogamy coming at you, featuring the wonderfully insightful Leslie! In Part 1 Leslie and Sara give non-monog updates and next week in Part 2 they answer listener questions (very long awaited from last years initial non-monogamy episode!). ENJOY! Shop our new merch! https://www.laurieedmundson.com/shopYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderlineYou can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.comIf you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon.For mental health supports:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online ChatSAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727)OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines Support the showYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderline You can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.com If you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon. For mental health supports: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online Chat SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727) OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2
Social Skills Brush-Ups: Communication & Conversation

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 13:32


Borderline Personality Disorder is no longer considered a chronic illness. You can lead a great life with a sensitive, intense, hyperbolic... or any temperament for that matter with hard work, grit, endurance, tenacity, and the willingness to get uncomfortable. Check out this article for confirmation of this assertion: https://ct.counseling.org/2022/10/not-a-monster-destigmatizing-borderline-personality-disorder/ In this episode, I talk about communication in relation to improving social skills for those listeners who need support with feeling socially saavy and confident! CPTSD, EUPD, & Borderline Personality Disorder recovery work is often painful and difficult. Listen in today to hear a message of hope and encouragement and to add being honorable to your moral compass! Remember to spread the word that BPD/CPTSD/EUPD are all disorders that hurt, though that we can recover from with tenacity, patient endurance, and hard work! Contact us today at 1-844-9-THRIVE. Jay@skeetersstrength.com OR Rose@skeetersstrength.com. Schedule a mindset coaching session today here: https://www.skeetersstrength.com/product/individual-sessions/ Get your gear here: https://thrive-merchandise.creator-spring.com/?  Please remember that this podcast is not a replacement for therapy or clinical services. We are mindset coaches and want to offer this content for the betterment of the BPD community. We offer mindset coaching only for individuals nationally and internationally. Jump start your recovery today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rose-skeeters/support

Eggshell Transformations
‘Will my therapist hurt me too?' On Relational Anxiety and Fragile Clients- Dr. Jon Frederickson is back!!

Eggshell Transformations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 55:17


Our last conversation with Dr. Jon Frederickson, A Deep Dive Into The Psychology of BPD, Splitting, Projection, Anxiety and Therapy:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jgzjoVtDtsI am sooo glad I invited him back! Today we will be talking about Dr. Frederickson's book Co-Creating Safety: Healing the Fragile Patient When we have been treated poorly in our past lives, it's only natural to assume - consciously or unconsciously - that it will happen again.   It used to be a protective strategy, but today it keeps us from relationships. In this conversation, we will talk from a therapist's perspective about how to work with clients with deep relational anxiety Other topics we touched on are: Why we project our feelings and even our "will" onto others, how anxiety is stored in our bodies, our fear of dependency, why we blame ourselves, attachment styles, and much more!The book "Co-Creating Safety: Healing the Fragile Patient": https://www.amazon.com/Co-Creating-Safety-Healing-Fragile-Patient/dp/0988378809*If this topic speaks to you, you may like the booksEmotional Sensitivity and Intensity: https://amzn.to/3Hn7lCFor,The Gift of Intensity: https://amzn.to/3BFokP0 For more, Please visit: https://www.eggshelltherapy.comFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/eggshelltransformationsNewsletters: https://eepurl.com/bykHRzDisclaimers: https://www.eggshelltherapy.com/disclaimers  Trigger Warning: This episode may cover sensitive topics including but not limited to suicide, abuse, violence, severe mental illnesses, relationship challenges, sex, drugs, alcohol addiction, psychedelics, and the use of plant medicines. You are advised to refrain from watching or listening to the YouTube Channel or Podcast if you are likely to be offended or adversely impacted by any of these topics.Disclaimer: The content provided is for informational purposes only. Please do not consider any of the content clinical or professional advice. None of the content can substitute professional consultation, psychotherapy, diagnosis, or any mental health intervention.  Opinions and views expressed by the host and the guests are personal views and they reserve the right to change their opinions. We also cannot guarantee that everything mentioned is factual and completely accurate. Any action you take based on the information in this episode is taken strictly at your own risk.  For a full disclaimer, please refer to: https://www.eggshelltherapy.com/disclaimers/The AnyQuestion App: Stop searching.... start asking.Ask a question, and get video answers from Experts in Health & Wellness, Sports, and more! Queens On A RollThis podcast was created to educate & inspire people about the ably different...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

The Real News Podcast
New details in the mysterious death of Sean Suiter revealed

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:54


A recent HBO documentary entitled The Slow Hustle has brought renewed attention to the mysterious death of Baltimore homicide detective Sean Suiter in 2017. Police initially claimed Suiter was the victim of a lone assailant after his body was found in a West Baltimore alley with a gunshot wound to the head. But as details began to emerge regarding Suiter's involvement with some of Baltimore's most corrupt cops, the case took a turn that raised serious questions about what actually happened and if his death was part of a broader cover-up.Shortly after Suiter died, Police Accountability Report hosts Taya Graham and Stephen Janis produced a podcast series that looked behind the scenes and examined how Suiter's death told a more complex story about police corruption in Baltimore. In Part IV of this podcast series, Graham and Janis return to the case five years after Suiter's death with Baltimore veteran reporter Jayne Miller to review a previously unreleased investigation conducted by the Maryland State Police.Jayne Miller was a reporter with local Baltimore tv station WBAL-TV for over 40 years.Studio/Post-Production: Stephen JanisHelp us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Ask Kati Anything!
Building Up Resilience: Emotional, Physical and Relationship Tips for a Stronger You! ep.136

Ask Kati Anything!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 69:11


Ask Kati Anything ep. 136 | Your mental health podcast, with Kati Morton, LMFT This week Kati talks a lot about building up resilience, emotionally, physically, and in our relationships. She addresses how we can't MAKE people feel or do anything, but they are still responsible for their actions. She also discusses suicidal ideation and why it can feel like it pops out of nowhere, and how someone with BPD can manage attachment in therapeutic settings. Kati explains the link between childhood trauma or CPTSD and being sensitive to stress as an adult, and why being a parentified child can make us immature in other ways. Finally, she offers advice on how to be more emotionally mature, and whether or not she thinks everyone can change. This and so much more in this week's episode! Audience questions: I hear a lot about how people are not responsible for the feelings of others, or that you can't “make” someone feel a certain way. As someone who has grown up in a home with domestic violence and has been emotionally abused and neglected my... As someone with bpd; could you give us some advice on how to find balance in opening up to a therapist/psychiatrist without becoming too attached? Also, is there such a thing as becoming too attached that it'll delay your process... A week or so ago, I experienced SI. No plan or intent, but it scared the shit out of me. Now, I can't stop thinking about it. I spend most days constantly thinking “what if it happens again? What if next time it's so bad that I... Can sensitivity to stress in adulthood be affected by repeated childhood trauma? In CPTSD, hypervigilance is part of the diagnosis, but can sensitivity to stress count as part of... How does one become an adult? Or grow up? I've been called mature my whole life, only to be told that I need to "grow up" as an adult. I feel like... How do I improve my resilience? Specifically physical resilience. When I am at my parent's house I work very hard to use coping skills and step away from triggering situations, so that I can make it through emotionally... I was hoping you could talk about emotional maturity and suggestions for someone who feels emotionally immature. I grew up in a very neglectful house and have been working toward getting better at expressing... Do you think people can truly change? For good or bad? I've been with a partner for 5 years and they have changed (in a bad way- towards me and themselves) ... ---- KATI'S BOOKS Traumatized https://geni.us/Bfak0j Are u ok? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy ---- ONLINE THERAPY While Kati does not currently offer online therapy, her sponsor Betterhelp will connect you with a licensed, online counselor. Visit https://betterhelp.com/kati PATREON: this podcast is made possible through the generous support of patrons like you. https://www.patreon.com/katimorton BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Linnea Toney linnea@underscoretalent.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/support

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast
When it feels like borderline personality disorder is tearing your family apart

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 52:40


Are you a family member seeking to support and better understand someone you love who struggles with or identifies with the symptoms of borderline personality disorder? I sat down with returning podcast guest, licensed clinical social worker Catherine Humenuk to discuss how to best support and love someone who struggles with symptoms of BPD (EUPD.) Questions and topics Catherine and I tackle in our discussion: ■ NEABPD's Family Connections program (a free, evidence-based, 12-class course that meets for 2 hours weekly)■ How “validation” can help someone with BPD (and other communication skills for family members of individuals struggling with borderline personality disorder symptoms)■ Can you take a pill to cure BPD? (exploring various medications and treatments often used for individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder)■ The importance of keeping up to date on the newest and most up-to-date research about personality disorders, trauma, and emotion dysregulation■ Understanding BPD in teens (and more on how to help teenagers who identify with symptoms of borderline personality disorder)■ Why are more cis-gendered women diagnosed with BPD than cis-gendered men? (And how does this relate to the rest of the gender spectrum?)■ Borderline personality disorder statistics (how common is BPD in the United States?)■ When do the first signs and symptoms of borderline personality disorder develop? (How BPD can “wax and wane” through life)■ How impulsivity in borderline personality disorder can impact intimate relationships■ Do all “borderlines” act the same? Are they all doomed to live miserable lives? (Spoiler alert: not even close

Consent To Treat Podcast
Just the Tip: Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder

Consent To Treat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 25:29


In this four-part series of mini-episodes, Rachel helps our listeners understand the personality disorders they come into contact with most frequently: Borderline, Narcissistic, Histrionic, and Antisocial. In this episode, Rachel breaks down Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD.) She gives examples of how the disorder shows up in real life and provides tips for those who are in relationships with people with BPD. Hate it. Love it. Learn something. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

It's All Me
When Moms Talk Money and Mental Health with Amy Schultz

It's All Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:16


Ready to talk about money and mental health with mothers who get it? In this episode, Gervase introduces Amy Schultz, mom, co-founder and head coach at Bolder Money, a company on a mission to close the gender wealth gap through money coaching for women. Join Gervase and Amy as they talk about how financial stability affects advocacy for women in the workplace, their journeys with postpartum depression, BPD, depression and anxiety, and how they are navigating it all with an It's All Me mindset.   In this episode Gervase and Amy dive into:   [02:53] Recognizing and using privilege to lift other women up [11:02] Giving a big fuck yes to making bold choices and advocating for yourself [22:16] Rewriting societal stories and your beliefs around life, motherhood, and money [45:05] Amy's challenge for women looking ahead to 2023 Amy Schultz began her career helping companies manage wealth as an actuary, and then transitioned into money coaching after recognizing how ill-prepared she was to manage her own money despite her financial background. Amy utilizes a powerful psycho-dynamic coaching model, combining practical financial guidance and sound coaching principles to help women deeply explore, understand and transform their relationship with money. Guest Info Connect with Amy Schultz on Instagram: @amyschultzmoneycoach Or check out BolderMoney.com   Work with Gervase Check out the NEW Gateway Plus+ with live hypnotherapy and exclusive access to discounts and tickets to in-person events https://gervasekolmos.podia.com/gateway-plus Download your free gift, the Trust Yo'self hypnosis track: https://bit.ly/3xKuaPv    Follow Gervase Connect with Gervase on Instagram: www.instagram.com/gervasekolmos Visit her website: https://www.gervasekolmos.com/    Resources Mentioned   Podcast episode | When Women Remember Their Political Power with Dr. Annie Andrews   

DBT & Me
Q & A Episode 47

DBT & Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:03


Kate and Michelle answer listener questions about choosing a new therapist, participating in an anti-depressant medication study, having a mother with BPD, and attachment wounds with friendships. Support the show

Bold Beautiful Borderline
Sara and Leslie Give Non-Monogamy Updates

Bold Beautiful Borderline

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 43:06


Hey ya'll! More talk on the intersection between BPD and non-monogamy coming at you, featuring the wonderfully insightful Leslie! In Part 1 Leslie and Sara give non-monog updates and next week in Part 2 they answer listener questions (very long awaited from last years initial non-monogamy episode!). ENJOY! Shop our new merch! https://www.laurieedmundson.com/shopYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderlineYou can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.comIf you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon.For mental health supports:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online ChatSAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727)OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines Support the show

Surviving BPD Relationship Breakups
BPD Breakup - Want Your Ex Back? Codependents Need For Radical Acceptance

Surviving BPD Relationship Breakups

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 76:56


BPD Breakup - Want Your Ex Back? Codependents Need For Radical Acceptance In In any BPD Relationship Breakup Ex's or on/off Ex's often with Codependencyneed to learn and pratice radical acceptance along with getting expert helpwhether still wanting the BPD Ex back or not. Radically accepting that peoplewith untreated BPD do not love you, cannot love you or attach to you, and theycannot take in your love is a core practice that can be an effective part ofgetting into a healing and recovery process.

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2

Borderline Personality Disorder is no longer considered a chronic illness. You can lead a great life with a sensitive, intense, hyperbolic... or any temperament for that matter with hard work, grit, endurance, tenacity, and the willingness to get uncomfortable. Check out this article for confirmation of this assertion: https://ct.counseling.org/2022/10/not-a-monster-destigmatizing-borderline-personality-disorder/ In this episode, I offer 4 bits of information about emotions and how leaving emotions up to chance when you are sensitive can be riddled with issues. CPTSD, EUPD, & Borderline Personality Disorder recovery work is often painful and difficult. Listen in today to hear a message of hope and encouragement and to add being honorable to your moral compass! Remember to spread the word that BPD/CPTSD/EUPD are all disorders that hurt, though that we can recover from with tenacity, patient endurance, and hard work! Contact us today at 1-844-9-THRIVE. Jay@skeetersstrength.com OR Rose@skeetersstrength.com. Schedule a mindset coaching session today here: https://www.skeetersstrength.com/product/individual-sessions/ Get your gear here: https://thrive-merchandise.creator-spring.com/?  Please remember that this podcast is not a replacement for therapy or clinical services. We are mindset coaches and want to offer this content for the betterment of the BPD community. We offer mindset coaching only for individuals nationally and internationally. Jump start your recovery today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rose-skeeters/support

You and Me and BPD
Call for Submission!

You and Me and BPD

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 6:10


Hiya! This bonus episode is to let you know about the online gallery I am hoping to create called You and Me and BPD: Collective Stories. If you have any digital art, poems, short stories, or mixed media pieces associated with your experiences with BPD, I would be honoured if you submitted them using this form https://form.jotform.com/222973735144258 or go to the Linktree in my Bio on Instagram (@journey.bound ). There is a pinned post on my instagram profile for more information, but also feel free to reach out and DM me if you want clarification or need some assistance. The form will be open until December 31st, 2022 and can be done anonymously if you are worried about speaking openly about your experiences. Thanks for listening and talk to you soon

How To Love Yourself No Matter What

How do you heal trauma?  There are a lot of people with a lot of opinions about the best way to heal trauma.  Here's what I have to say: Healing trauma begins with healing the relationship that you have with yourself.  Start there and you can never go wrong.Did you know I have a free Facebook group that deals with Emotional Resilience?  Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/amandahessWant to book a Strategy Call?  Book here: amandahess.ca/bookacall

The Lovely Becoming
35. Attachment Trauma: Treating Co-Occurring BPD and EDs with Fatema Jivanjee-Shakir

The Lovely Becoming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 40:25


In this episode, you will learn about: • Co-occurring presentation of Borderline Personality Disorder and Eating Disorders • Attachment trauma and the role of a secure base in treatment • How individualistic values impact treatment approaches We also cover… • common ruptures and concerns clients with both disorders bring up • navigating boundaries as providers working with attachment trauma with the knowledge that relationships heal • perspectives on DBT and it's placement within a western, individualistic society • tips for clinicians who struggle with the co-occurring presentation of BPD and EDs You can find Fatema at: IG: @YourSouthAsianTherapist TikTok: @YourSouthAsianTherapist Website: www.fjshakir.com . And Mimi at: IG: @the.lovelybecoming Website: www.mimi-cole.com . . About: Fatema Jivanjee-Shakir, LMSW is an eating disorder therapist, writer, and speaker. She has extensive experience working with adults and adolescents in individual, group, and family therapy at the residential, partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient levels of care. Her work is strongly informed by the Health at Every Size perspective and intersectional approaches to healing. Fatema has a special interest in working with BIPOC clients, especially those of South Asian and Muslim backgrounds. Fatema is a therapist at Conason Psychological Services and a Board Member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals New York chapter.

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast
“It's you and me against BPD” (Exploring complex borderline personality disorder with Dr. Daniel Fox)

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 65:36


In this episode, we welcome back to the podcast personality disorder expert Dr. Daniel Fox, a licensed psychologist, international speaker, and award-winning author of “The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook” and “Complex Borderline Personality Disorder: How Coexisting Conditions Affects Your BPD and How You Can Gain Emotional Balance.” In this interview with Dr. Fox, we discuss how common it is for people with BPD symptoms to feel like they are irreparably and permanently broken. Through an exploration of the concepts in his new book and by answering some questions from podcast listeners, Dan and I dive deep into the feelings of shame and guilt that stem from the childhood abuse and neglect that eventually lead to the development of BPD traits, as well as the explosive and impulsive behaviors that often sabotage our attempts to connect with those we love in adulthood. The goal of this episode is to help you see that you already have inside of you all that you need to begin putting the broken pieces of yourself back together and offer yourself the self-compassion and forgiveness required to start healing more meaningfully. As Dan beautifully puts it, “you're not a horrible person; you're a PERSON.” ​​

Boyce of Reason
s05e21 | Teen Transition Fast Track, with Prisha

Boyce of Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 58:16


Prisha is a young woman whose various mental health issues—from BPD to anorexia to childhood trauma—were lumped by her doctors under the umbrella of "gender dysphoria." At the age of 15 she was put on hormones and shortly thereafter had her breasts removed. We talk about the downstream effects of testosterone on her female reproductive system, and her road to self acceptance and balanced mind. Find her on twitter: https://twitter.com/detransaqua If you feel moved, you can help fund her breast reconstruction via https://www.gofundme.com/f/Prishas-breast-reconstruction Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce https://cash.app/$benjaminaboyce https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benjaminaboyce https://www.patreon.com/benjaminboyce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/support

Bold Beautiful Borderline
Rural barriers to accessing BPD care (feat Grace)

Bold Beautiful Borderline

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 31:41


Grace is a wife, mother, and advocate who lives in rural Scotland and shares her experiences of trying to access mental health care for her BPD. In this episode Grace recommends Jonny Jane Wise's and is called the Neurodivergent friendly workbook of DBT skills. You can find it hereYou can find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway. You can also find the podcast on IG @boldbeautifulborderlineYou can also find Sara's business as a Mental Health Clinician and mental health coach at thewellnesswayllc.comIf you like the show we would love if you could rate, subscribe and support us on Patreon.For mental health supports:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Live Online ChatSAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727)OR find a local warmline to you at https://screening.mhanational.org/content/need-talk-someone-warmlines Support the show

The OCD Stories
Jon Hershfield: OCD and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) (#353)

The OCD Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 44:40


In episode 353 I interviewed Jon Hershfield. Jon is a psychotherapist and the director of The Center for OCD and Anxiety, at Sheppard Pratt. He is the author of six OCD books. We discuss what's new with Jon, his new book, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), OCD and BPD, common overlaps in traits, causes of BPD, how BPD may complicate therapy for OCD and how to navigate this, Dialectical behaviour Therapy (DBT), words of hope and much more. Hope it helps.  Show notes: https://theocdstories.com/episode/jon-353  The podcast is made possible by NOCD. NOCD offers effective, convenient therapy available in the US and outside the US. To find out more about NOCD, their therapy plans and if they currently take your insurance head over to https://go.treatmyocd.com/theocdstories

Breaking the Borderline Stigma
Why Working or Building a Business Can Feel So Hard When You are a Deeply Feeling Person

Breaking the Borderline Stigma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 22:57


In this episode, Kristin talks about why working and the working world or building a business can feel so hard when you are a deeply feeling, HSP, or BPD individual.Like the episode? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss when a new episode is released!SHARE THIS EPISODE: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1842423/11596162Interested in 1:1 or Group Coaching? SCHEDULE A FREE DISCOVERY CALL with Kristin : https://kristinnicoleonline.com/discoverycall CONTACT OR CONNECT WITH KRISTIN ON SOCIAL:  https://withkoji.com/@KristinNicole****DISCLAIMER: Kristin Nicole is a Women-Centered Confidence and Empowerment Coach helping Deeply Feeling, HSP (highly sensitive people) and BPD (borderline personality disorder) women break free from shame & isolation and unlock their full potential. She is not a therapist or mental health professional. Kristin provides these beautiful and sensitive women, who tend to keep their feelings hidden, with a safe space to show up exactly as they are, build confidence, self-love, and self-acceptance without fear of judgement, shame, or guilt even if they aren't able to express themselves to others. This podcast is an expression of her own experiences and views and should not be seen as offering professional or medical advice.If you or someone you know is struggling and/or considering self-harm, please reach out to a mental health professional today;OR Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (USA only)Visit their website at http://suicidepreventionlifeline.orgText the word "home" to 741741 (US and Canada only) to connect to a counselor, or visit their website at https://www.crisistextline.org. If you are in the UK, text 85258, or in Ireland, text 50808.Reach out to the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) at https://www.iasp.info Support the show

Ask Kati Anything!
Sunday Anxiety Starting A New Week? | AKA 134

Ask Kati Anything!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 79:09


This week Kati shares the best way to manage the anxiety that comes around before we begin a new week, why we can have bursts of emotions sometimes, and she also explains why some traumas are easier to acknowledge than others. She talks about the different types of therapy and why we have to find one that works, why it can be hard to focus on what our therapist is saying, and the stigma associated with bulimia nervosa. Finally, she explains why those with BPD can hate boundaries, and what the difference is between hypomania and just plain joy. That and so much more in this week's episode! Ask Kati Anything ep. 134 | Your mental health podcast, with Kati Morton, LMFT Audience questions: 1. How does someone actually deal with the “Sunday Scaries”? Every Sunday I get so overwhelmed with anxiety for the upcoming week I just freeze. Even though I have things I need to accomplish (i.e. meal prepping, laundry, etc.) I end up not being able to do any... 2. Why does it seem harder to acknowledge certain traumas versus others? I went to therapy to deal past csa but in doing so learned about emotional neglect. My family life seemed so normal and standard and to believe otherwise is hard to wrap my head around... 3. My question is about bursts of emotions. When something happens that seems to emotionally affect me, I only seem to feel that feeling for a very short time. For example, when I feel sad I cry for ten seconds max, after... 4. Do you think therapy works for everyone? I have alexithymia and I struggle so much with expressing emotions and knowing what I am feeling, I can tell my psychology gets frustrated with me and she said "therapy doesn't work for everyone" Which took... 5. I often lose focus on what my therapist is saying during my therapy sessions. Most often it is because of different thoughts about things that cause me a lot of anxiety. An example: during a session my therapist talked and explained that emotions can be evoked by thoughts... 6. I was wondering if you could talk a bit about bulimia & whether, in your experience, patients are more reluctant to share that they are struggling with it. I find there's a big stigma attached to it & people are disgusted by it - the recovery content online is largely people who struggled.... 7. I'm wondering if you can talk about why, as a borderline, I hate boundaries. I also tend to get overly attached to anyone who I open up to about my personal struggles and then end up obsessing about that person and violating the boundaries of that relationship. Obsessive / intrusive thoughts... 8. Can you tell me the difference between hypomania and plain old joy? I had a week or so where I didn't sleep much and I had a ton of energy, but I'm 31 and I've never been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I had just... ---- KATI'S BOOKS • Traumatized https://geni.us/Bfak0j • Are u ok? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy ---- ONLINE THERAPY While Kati does not currently offer online therapy, her sponsor Betterhelp will connect you with a licensed, online counselor. Visit https://betterhelp.com/kati PATREON: this podcast is made possible through the generous support of patrons like you. https://www.patreon.com/katimorton BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Linnea Toney linnea@underscoretalent.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askkatianything/support

Borderline and Back: Hope, Management and Resilience for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
Season 2 Episode 15: Self Image, Relationship with Food, Eating Disorders and Releasing the Shame

Borderline and Back: Hope, Management and Resilience for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 31:00


Hello Everyone, I started recording this episode over a month ago, and I couldn't finish it. Not because I didn't want to, but because I was carrying so much shame about the subject matter that I couldn't sit down to finish recording. I was carrying the shame that I have this platform but that I had something in my life tied to my BPD management journey that was not "in control". I carried shame that I wasn't perfect, that I was a fraud. I thought I could tackle this alone, and today I realized that I can't anymore. You will notice a difference in the recording where I pop in over a month later from when I initially pressed play and I chat about where I am at today (time of recording and uploading). Eating disorders are extremely serious and should be (need to be) addressed and monitored by trained medical professionals. It was so hard for me to make those calls to my psychiatrist, therapist, GP, and friend today. But it needed to be done. I need help. And there is no shame in admitting that. I am including some links below to resources that are available to those of you who might be struggling with an E.D yourself or have a loved one who is. National Eating Disorder Information Centre (Canadian) https://nedic.ca/ Eating Disorder Hope (international) https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/treatment-for-eating-disorders/international ANAD (United States) https://anad.org/ M. All Things Borderline and Back https://linktr.ee/borderlineandback Want to receive access to exclusive content? Consider subscribing for $4.99 per month https://anchor.fm/borderlineandback/subscribe Check out the Borderline and Back patreon to support this podcast. https://www.patreon.com/borderlineandback/membership Want to reach out? I can be reached by email at borderlineandback@gmail.com, through the Anchor App's voice message function, and via instagram @borderlineandback. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/borderlineandback/message

How To Love Yourself No Matter What
28. When Terrible Things Happen

How To Love Yourself No Matter What

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 27:27


Sometimes terrible things happen.  Sometimes they are unavoidable things like Covid and Hurricanes.  And sometimes they are things that seem like they could have been avoided like car accidents and divorce.  The way we think about these things directly informs our emotional experience and also creates the life we end up living.  I want to help you think differently.Join Amanda's free Emotional Resilience Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/amandahessBook a Strategy Call with Amanda: amandahess.ca/bookacall

You and Me and BPD
Searching for Love

You and Me and BPD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 39:43


This episode is all about love, specifically focusing on some of the issues that people with BPD face when they are trying to find romantic relationships. This topic is often spoken about from a very bias opinion, painting a picture of toxic relationships that are a direct result of BPD but I think it's important to note that many times, people with mental illnesses can be the victims of abusers and those who try to take advantage of our negative mental states. Obviously it's impossible to cover all aspects of why finding love is so hard for people with BPD but I try to give some reasoning behind why we might act the way we do, especially when it comes to being paranoid about people leaving us. The fear of abandonment is something that comes from deep within us, usually as a result of tumultuous childhood's and low self esteem. If we give our worth to someone else - putting them up on a pedestal where their love is all that matters - we might find ourselves feeling broken when we recognize that they can't fix us... They are human. Humans are not perfect, even if we desperately want them to be. The ability to change and grow is something that has to be supported. If you want to talk about this episode or just want to reach out, you can find me on instagram @journey.bound

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast
It's about time we discuss dissociation in BPD and feeling f*cking crazy

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 61:46


Do you ever feel like you momentarily completely detach from reality? Have you been scared to talk about these feelings and experiences with other people out of fear of being called delusional or “crazy?” Dissociation during times of stress or vulnerability is one of the main symptoms that people who identify with traits of borderline personality disorder (EUPD) may experience. In BPD, dissociation is linked to other symptoms, such as emotion dysregulation and disrupted identity. By the end of this episode, you'll have a better understanding of dissociation. You'll learn how common this experience is and how to ground yourself more deeply in the present moment to stop yourself from spiraling and panicking when feelings of dissociation inevitably arise. ​​

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dr. Julian Ford: Differentiating Borderline Personality Disorder & Complex PTSD

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 55:18


Complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) & borderline personality disorder (BPD) are often confused and sometimes used interchangeably when, in fact, they are separate diagnoses with distinct underlying core etiology and symptomatology.  Clinical Psychologist & Professor, Dr. Julian Ford, joins us for a conversation around defining & differentiating CPTSD & BPD. In this conversation we cover:the adequacy of current conceptualizations of traumathe origin of the diagnostic construct of complex PTSD (CPTSD) and why it was proposed as an alternative to borderline personality disorder (BPD)where CPTSD and BPD overlap, and where they differthe special role that interpersonal trauma, attachment injury & especially victimization play with respect to development of CPTSD and BPDdifferentiating between CPTSD & BPD from a neuroscience lensdifferentiating between CPTSD & BPD from the lens of emotion dysregulation (i.e., the types of emotion dysregualtion typically experienced within each diagnosis)considering CPTSD & BPD from an assessment & diagnostic perspective, with some suggestions for clinicians  "gold-standard" treatment approaches for CPTSD & BPDDevelopmental Trauma Disorder (DTD) - why it was developed, the essential features of DTD and implications for diagnosis, assessment & treatment of trauma in childrenComments or feedback?  Email the show: oicbtpodcast@gmail.com.  Enjoying the content?  We would be very grateful receive a rating (or even better a review!) on Apple Podcasts. Dr. Julian Ford is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and Director of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network Center for Trauma Recovery and Juvenile Justice. Dr. Ford developed the evidence-based TARGET CT recovery model that has been implemented in all sectors of the workforce in juvenile justice, child welfare, and residential treatment settings. He has authored or edited 10 books and more than 200 articles and chapters in the traumatic stress field, and co-developed the Traumatic Events Screening Inventory for Children (TESI). Dr. Ford co-leads the NCTSN DTD initiative. 

Breaking the Borderline Stigma
Using Sensitivity as a Superpower

Breaking the Borderline Stigma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 23:15


In this first episode of season 2, Kristin talks about how to start seeing your sensitivity as a superpower and provides examples of how she's used it as a superpower in the recent past.Like the episode? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so that you don't miss when a new episode is released!SIGN UP FOR THE WORKSHOP: https://quiz.kristinnicoleonline.com/sp/a55ae7ae/podcastworkshopSHARE THIS EPISODE: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1842423/11509976Interested in 1:1 or Group Coaching? SCHEDULE A FREE DISCOVERY CALL with Kristin : https://kristinnicoleonline.com/discoverycall CONTACT OR CONNECT WITH KRISTIN ON SOCIAL:  https://withkoji.com/@KristinNicole****DISCLAIMER: Kristin Nicole is a Women-Centered Confidence and Empowerment Coach helping Deeply Feeling, HSP (highly sensitive people) and BPD (borderline personality disorder) women break free from shame & isolation and unlock their full potential. She is not a therapist or mental health professional. Kristin provides these beautiful and sensitive women, who tend to keep their feelings hidden, with a safe space to show up exactly as they are, build confidence, self-love, and self-acceptance without fear of judgement, shame, or guilt even if they aren't able to express themselves to others. This podcast is an expression of her own experiences and views and should not be seen as offering professional or medical advice.If you or someone you know is struggling and/or considering self-harm, please reach out to a mental health professional today;OR Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (USA only)Visit their website at http://suicidepreventionlifeline.orgText the word "home" to 741741 (US and Canada only) to connect to a counselor, or visit their website at https://www.crisistextline.org. If you are in the UK, text 85258, or in Ireland, text 50808.Reach out to the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) at https://www.iasp.info Support the show

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2
Seasonal Affective Disorder: What is it and when to take action!

From Borderline to Beautiful: Hope & Help for BPD with Rose Skeeters, MA, LPC, PN2

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 10:45


Borderline Personality Disorder is no longer considered a chronic illness. You can lead a great life with a sensitive, intense, hyperbolic... or any temperament for that matter with hard work, grit, endurance, tenacity, and the willingness to get uncomfortable. Check out this article for confirmation of this assertion: https://ct.counseling.org/2022/10/not-a-monster-destigmatizing-borderline-personality-disorder/ In this episode, I offer a brief educational bit about seasonal affective disorder as it is that time of year!  CPTSD, EUPD, & Borderline Personality Disorder recovery work is often painful and difficult. Listen in today to hear a message of hope and encouragement and to add being honorable to your moral compass! Remember to spread the word that BPD/CPTSD/EUPD are all disorders that hurt, though that we can recover from with tenacity, patient endurance, and hard work! Contact us today at 1-844-9-THRIVE. Jay@skeetersstrength.com OR Rose@skeetersstrength.com. Schedule a mindset coaching session today here: https://www.skeetersstrength.com/product/individual-sessions/ Get your gear here: https://thrive-merchandise.creator-spring.com/?  Please remember that this podcast is not a replacement for therapy or clinical services. We are mindset coaches and want to offer this content for the betterment of the BPD community. We offer mindset coaching only for individuals nationally and internationally. Jump start your recovery today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rose-skeeters/support

Good Girls Talk About Sex
Herpes isn't as stigmatized in Europe - Deidre

Good Girls Talk About Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 78:17 Very Popular


The road to reclaiming consent is extra-long when it begins at age 3, and even more complicated by undiagnosed mental health disorders. For Deidre, a lifetime of sexual assault and a growing substance problem led to a rock bottom that included a BPD diagnosis. Today she's feeling healthy mentally and in a wonderful new relationship. Deidre is a 31-year-old non-binary person who uses both she and they pronouns and doesn't have a preference for either one. Deidre describes herself as white, lesbian, monogamous, and partnered. She grew up in Canada and now lives in Germany. She describes her body as average.   Support the show: www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex Full show notes:  https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/bpd-and-hsv-deidre

The Todd Herman Show
Satan builds his political base Ep_382_Hr-2

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:39


THE THESIS: Let's see . . . The Figurehead was made to give a hellscape speech. In about a week's time after that, he was made to hire a Satanist to run the government's non-response to Monkeypox (notice the Mockingbirds lost interest in that?). The white house's fake woman, Rachel Levine, is committed to chemically and surgically mutilating kids like Nebuchadnezzar who castrated the young men he took captive and the DOJ is sending FBI SWAT teams to the houses of pro-life activists while they ignore the fire bombing of pro-life birth centers. Can this get any more Satanic? Yes . . . yes, it can and it just did. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: In all likelihood, Daniel was castrated after he and his friends were capture by the Babylonians and taken into captivity, where they would work for the King of Babylon, a pervert and tyrant named Nebuchadnezzar. Despite this, Daniel and his friends remained faithful to the God of Abraham; they refused to violate the law of Moses and it should have been their end. Nebuchadnezzar twice tried to kill them and twice God rescued them. The Deliverance of Daniel and Darius (Daniel 6:1-28)THIS is how the Sexual Left twist that story of Daniel. Because, being forcibly castrated by a perverted and evil ruler is the same thing as praticing same-sex attraction and pretending to be a different sex . . . THE NEWS & COMMENT:The Figurehead is the perfect person for The Party. He will read whatever is put in front of his eyes and sign whatever he is made to sign. [AUDIO] - Biden: "Let me start off with two words; Made in America."The “strict ‘Catholic'” Figurehead long ago excommunicated himself from that church for his obsession with killing babies. Now, the Satanic Temple has stuck its spiny, rotten head out of the dark mud to sue states to allow “Satanic ritual abortions.” Satan is building his political base. Oh . . . at the link, make note of how Axios, a liberal Mockingbird publication, pretends this temple is “nontheistic.” Satanic Temple goes after abortion bans; The Salem-based Satanic Temple is suing Indiana and Idaho in federal court over their abortion bans, arguing they violate the religious rights of people in those states. Driving the news: The Satanic Temple filed its complaint against Idaho on Friday, a week after filing a similar one in Indiana.Meanwhile, at CNN, it's the Tuttle twins who are dangerously brain-washing kids . . It's NOT the communist “teachers” who think they are “anarchists” who teach little kids to hate God, to hate their bodies made in the image of God and who tells kids that, if their parents won't “accept them” that “he is their parent, now …” [AUDIO] - BREAKING: LoTT X Project Veritas: ‘Anarchist' teacher wants to “burn down the entire system.” Discusses how he can incorporate wokeness in school without being too obvious so he doesn't face consequences.It's NOT the gender-jackers who are recruiting children in homeless shelters to chemically and surgically mutilate. [AUDIO] - The founder of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ‘Gender Clinic' was recruiting kids at a homeless shelter for her research. . . and, the Figurehead has been made to endorse a federal law that will make it illegal for parents to stop gender-jackers from mutilating children just like Nebuchadnezzar did. In this case, they mutilated a girl with Borderline Personality Disorder, a condition in which people lack a sense of identity! She even told the “doctors” she had BPD and they still chopped her up and shot her up:[AUDIO] - She's lost her voice, her chest, and doesn't know if she can ever have kids. She has BPD, so doctors cut off her breasts and gave her T. “There's how many mental health disorders that make you hate your body, and the solution isn't to change your body, it's to fix your brain.”How much more of a sign of this evil do we need than a mother who has pretty clearly programmed her son into believing he is a girl? [AUDIO] - Watch this mother mouth the words along with her "transgender" child.The kid was fed what to say. Transgender kids are like vegan cats. It's the owner or parent doing all the thinking/making all the decisions for them.

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast
You've been looking at identity disturbance and BPD all wrong (why your search for a "self" is pointless)

Back From The Borderline | BPD (EUPD) Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 106:18


Out of all the traits of borderline personality disorder (BPD / EUPD), one often referenced as the most difficult to tackle is the feeling of lacking a sense of self – also referred to as “identity disturbance.” Individuals who identify with traits of BPD often try to find themselves in other people, places, and things, only to continue feeling empty and stuck. Some feel like if only they could “heal” their trauma, they could figure out who they really are. This is the core of identity diffusion.Struggles with identity can also lead to imposter syndrome. Others may find themselves constantly questioning their needs/desires (i.e., "do I *actually* want this, or am I doing it just to impress others?")In this episode, we're diving DEEP. To truly overcome the pain of an obsessive search for a sense of self, we may have to face the possibility that maybe we need to abandon the search altogether. Perhaps THAT is where healing has been hiding all along. To understand what I mean, listen to the end of the episode. I can't promise that you'll be "cured," but I CAN promise you'll never look at the concept of identity the same way again. ​​

Red Scare
Doctor's Orders w/ Dr. Drew *TEASER*

Red Scare

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 2:13


Dr. Drew Pinsky stops by the pod to discuss addiction, trauma, narcissism and BPD, envy vs jealousy, codependence, victimhood, why celebs are so troubled, and more. Plus, the ladies take Dr. Drew's narcissism test.