Co-Morbidity: Borderline Personality Disorder and Depression
Co-morbidity is a fancy way of saying "two or more co-occuring diagnoses." Many people with borderline personality disorder also have depression. In this video, More Than Borderline's, Becky Oberg, talks about depression symptoms and causes of depression.
Oberg, B. (2012, August 30). Co-Morbidity: Borderline Personality Disorder and Depression, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2019, August 17 from https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/borderline/2012/08/co-morbidity-borderline-personality-disorder-and-depression
Author: Becky Oberg
I'm a 67 yr. old female with no family or friends to notice what is happening to me and the few people I do know are all busy with their own lives to bother with me.
Both my general medicine drs. dismiss what is happening to me as "panic" or "stress", though I've been in very dark space with horrific sensations of near hyperventilatin, rapid pulse/bp.
No one in the medical field believes this can possibly have been going on constantly as long as it has, almost 4 mos now with no relief.
Suicide is not an option because of my faith but I honestly wish it were, at least then this would finally end...