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Only Therapy Helps Personality Disorders Change

July 19, 2018

Therapy can help change behavior but slowly over time. Therapists confront those with narcissism over and over again. Borderlines need dialectical behavior therapy and histrionics are tough to see in general. This is only because histrionics constantly need attention until they learn not to crave it. I can’t stand being around PDs since they are difficult enough as it is. This is why I spend my life avoiding PDs. They need help but won’t get it. PDs drive me bonkers. You get help or I avoid you, plain straight up, that is the way it is.

I have to avoid being around untreated people because I just can’t stand their energy. I could wind up manic, which happened to me last year at Thanksgiving when I was with other people. At least my frustration leads to productive usage of psychokinesis give or take my phone is melting, melting, melting. I have to fix my phone somehow. The frustrating part of PD is that those types of people never think they are wrong in any way, shape or form. They do not admit wrongdoing. People who aren’t wrong, are never right though. Every fight I have ever been in with certain people like my family, are picked. I make the mistake of taking the bait.

At least my knee is better, at least I’m well, and I continue to plug away at my finances as well as my diabetes. I’m succeeding on many levels. But see, certain people have to say that I can’t succeed, those who need therapy but won’t get it. Personality Disorders are stuff you put up with unless you get treatment. Oh I’m sorry if this post has your panties in a bunch but I know of no other way to convey what I want. If anything public pressure can change minds.

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