Justin “Jud” Haywood
Justin “Jud” Haywood is creating Stories about BPD/EUPD, the Military and life.
I’m sat at a table in the reception area of The Veterans Community Hub (https://theveteranscommunityhub.co.uk) in Newton Aycliffe, UK, feeling anxious as hell about everything and wondering whether the massive leap my family and I have taken is the right choice.
Borderline Personality Disorder
I can go for weeks at a time, occasionally months without feeling the shift. For anyone who ever wants to know what Borderline Personality Disorder feels like, it feels like pain ultimately, often chronic and varying in body location from person to person.
Mental Health Flap Sheet
You or someone close is having a significant emotional event What do you do? Combat Indicators Signs that you or someone else are having a significant emotional event are going to differ from person to person and can even be different indicators at different times for the same individual. The Military does a good job of teaching “Absence of the normal, presence of the abnormal” to troops but it’s also completely applicable to a civilian, so even if you’re unaware of poor mental health indicators you will notice a change in;