I have several mental health issues, and while I've never been officially diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, I have been told by a therapist that I do have Borderline traits, and I can see that she was correct.
I've also heard that therapists generally dislike treating borderlines - that we're you're least favorite patients. I already hate myself. The idea that a therapist might not even want me there keeps me from seeking the therapy I need.
Please don't sugarcoat - is what I've heard about the attitude of therapists toward borderlines true?
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