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I read the first part of the article and was actually put off the rest- as someone who may (no diagnosis just thoughts from the professionals) have BPD, I have never ever felt annoyed or angry if someone isn't giving me their utter undivided attention- this article is very them-and-us and does nothing to help break up the stigma unhelpfully given to all those on the BPD spectrum, I was so angry at the writers ignorance and irresponsibility on this- she must know about the stigma and that people actually take their lives over the stigma they fear other people have on them. This article or the first part of it feeds right into that and the rest doesn't get that much better.
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