The Enemy Within in Borderline Personality Disorder. Is the person with BPD his or her own worst enemy? "Something I've always wanted to know about Borderline Personality Disorder is why does it feel like I have an enemy inside of me? As someone who has BPD am I my own worst enemy and does that enemy really live inside me? If so, what does that actually mean? Who am I?" - Chris W., Ontario, Canada
Chris, let me first say, in this response, that I absolutely thought and therefore felt the same way that you do now, when I had BPD. Because I have recovered from BPD I know that recovery from BPD is possible.
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