Can you treat BPD without therapy and medication?

Can you? Maybe. Should you? I'd say no.

Now, I'm not in therapy right now. I'm treating myself by using methods I read about and conditioning myself to react in certain ways. But treating yourself only goes so far until you hit a wall.

There's a reason therapists (trained professionals!) exists. If you think you can treat yourself just as well as a therapist, you're delusional.

Why don't I have a therapist? Well, wait list for specialists is 6 months, and I plan to move in less. I used to see a non-specialized therapist for a year, which made my symptoms worse, so I'm not even considering that option.

I'm high functioning. I have stable relationships, I can avoid splitting most of the time, I barely self harm. But I'm so tired of trial-and-error-ing through my symptoms, and as soon as I have my new address, you can be damn sure I'll look for a specialized therapist.

So yes, you can theoretically treat BPD without a therapist and meds. Meds might not even be necessary with a therapist. But why would you want to? It just makes everything harder.


My wife is tortured me? How can I give divorce?

Hey, this could be a ground for divorce under Indian law.You have the legal right to file for divorce if your spouse has been behaving cruelly. There is no strict legal definition and there are no strict guidelines on what amounts to cruelty - the courts

Is HIIT or just running at the same pace better for fat loss?

Did somebody here actually say that exercise is bad for weight loss?The trick to weight loss is sustainability. If you can't sustain whatever program or diet you're working with, then you may lose some weight, but you will almost certainly gain it back.HIIT is very

Is deep learning the ultimate way of machine learning?

There was a paper written called No Free Lunch Theorems for Optimization (https://ti.arc.nasa.gov/m/profil...) that basically says that when considering optimization, all solutions, when averaged across all problems in the problem space, are the same. As the paper puts it,