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But the difference is that now I’m aware of them I can usually push through them.There are things I was EXTREMELY uncomfortable with that I’m now very open to — the biggest thing being having a monogamous girlfriend.While this reality may be hard for some of us to fathom, it is the reality of many people living with Avoidant Personality Disorder (APD).APD is said to directly effect just under one percent of the U.I've been diagnosed with Dependent personality disorder.The counselor said that I need a lot of therapy, almost one year to build my "ego". The concept behind it is present in a lot of disorders. l'm not really liking the idea that you would interrupt your entire life for the therapy if it means passing up on your academic goals.In high school, when I failed a test or something I would imagine stabbing myself to death and pulling out my innards and it would make me feel better.Whenever I am about to cry, I bite myself, pull my hair or scratch at my leg until the tears go away. I have seen a psychologist before (she diagnosed my SAD) but it didn't really help and cost a LOT of money.
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That's because I've been abused and I've never had anyone really close to me to listen to me and to support me. l personally would only commit myself to intensive therapy that meant l had to cancel other plans for one year if l were in a really awful state and couldn't function. l think sometimes therapist just refuse to see that, kind of block out the good things you have going for you because you are so "damaged" and need "help D:" / That's been my experience..
I don't know what to do, I had plans, I wanted to go abroad for an internship. But l think many people with your past and various other disorders aren't functioning at a level where they would even have an opportunity like that so l would take that into consideration.
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