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Created On 10/9/13 1:07 AM by toy123


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toy123
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I'm in a dbt group already for about a year and half and this is not the first group I'm in. I've been to and least five other... I find that when I get into extremely bad situations where my borderline kicks in very strong I have a murderous time using my skills. It's like they don't work... I just go haywire... what can I do? Anyone who has taken dbt in the past or even if not have any ideas for me?


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Sometimes nothing works and all I can do is hold on to other people and wait until this black hole passes. And while I'm in it, you can't tell me too many things because I just don't hear. It's like I'm not really there; the darkness is so thick.
 
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For me it's the same. Sometimes nothing at all works all I can do is wait for it to get less intense and only then can I work on it...

Toy, I hope it gets better soon!
 
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in my opinion- DBT is a bunch of garbage. it never worked for me..... but B"H im not borderline so idk if that counts...
 
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Dr. Lynn, Psy.D.
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10/17/13 11:50 AM
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Chana,
Sometimes borderline and PTSD can look very similar. Any chance it's PTSD?
a lynn
 
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huh? you mean Toy?
 
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