Tag Archive for: criticism

The Power of Befriending Your Critical Voice – Guest Post by Teresa Lynne

In my work with client/peers who are suffering from trauma and  Borderline Personality Disorder,   I have found one pervasive issue with all of them, and that is the relentless ranting of the Critical Voice.   That thing in your head that beats you up all day and night, saying that things will never get better and […]

Coping Effectively With Criticism as an Emotionally Sensitive Person

Having Borderline Personality Disorder, for me, often means coping with emotions that show up more intensely than they may for others (especially sadness and anger and feelings that come up with loneliness and perceived rejection or abandonment). This has been a major component of my walk. Specifically, learning to cope with criticism has been a […]