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As you may have noticed, I have been thinking a lot lately about Identity Disturbance and Sense of Self lately. Here is a great article that describes the “Chameleon Effect” in Borderline Personality Disorder:
Another great post from Debbie Corso on Identity Disturbance and finding a sense of self:
Many times we are told to “just be yourself.” The trouble with Borderline Personality Disorder is that we often don’t have a sense of self. We don’t know who “yourself” is. That’s where Dialectical Behaviour Therapy comes in. It helps us to develop a sense of self. Here’s a post with some great links from Debbie Corso at Healing From BPD about finding yourself when you have Borderline Personality Disorder: