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So after “I sit in silence”, my boyfriend and I had a talk about my previous “regressing” and I think he finally got that my pain and BPD is not about him. It affects him…definitely, but it is not about him. He came around and we talked it out…he said that whenever he gets selfish about my disease or out of touch with what I am going through to simply remind him of this conversation. I am not sure how well it will work, but he says it will so I will try. I am writing this post as a reminder and trigger to both of us if it gets bad.

I need to work harder on it as well, I need to find a way to keep my self from getting to that low place I was at before we talked where I wanted to hurt my self because I felt so alone and lost and beaten. BPD has begun to win and I have to fight back…I just hope he will be there by my side fighting with me.



  1. Good for you. I’ve had to explain regression and dissociation to my boyfriend as well. It think that once they realize that it’s REALLY not them, then they don’t feel like a helpless person who is trying to “fix” us or like they have done something wrong and are responsible. Thanks for sharing this.

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