Mental Health Stigma: EUPD and PTSD

The Stigma Attached to EUPD and PTSD

When I tell people that I have Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder, they look at me as if I am crazy and often avoid me like the plague. They assume that I am violent or dangerous to be around. This conception is just two of the stigmas attached to my illness.


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Written by Carol Townend

I write on platforms across the web on many different topics, including domestic violence and mental health.  I am a mental health champion with time to change, and I am an upcoming author.  I also write short stories created from my imagination and stories on parenting.  I hope you enjoy reading my articles.

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