Recognizing and Understanding Trauma Related to Hightened Sensitivity and BPD
In this episode, Kristin discusses how underlying traumas and painful past learnings can affect the life experiences of highly sensitive / emotionally sensitive individuals and potentially lead to the development of BPD. Kristin also provides some insight into what the various types of trauma there are and how to begin to recognize potential past traumas within your own life.
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DISCLAIMER: Kristin Nicole is a Women-Centered Confidence and Empowerment Coach helping Emotionally Sensitive, HSP (highly sensitive people) and BPD (borderline personality disorder) women break free from shame & isolation and unlock their full potential. She is not a therapist or mental health professional.
Kristin provides these beautiful and sensitive women, who tend to keep their feelings hidden, with a safe space to show up exactly as they are, build confidence, self-love, and self-acceptance without fear of judgement, shame, or guilt even if they aren’t able to express themselves to others.
This podcast is an expression of her own experiences and views and should not be seen as offering professional or medical advice.
If you or someone you know is struggling and/or considering self-harm, please reach out to a mental health professional today;
- Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (USA only)
- Visit their website at http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
- Text the word "home" to 741741 (US and Canada only) to connect to a counselor, or visit their website at https://www.crisistextline.org. If you are in the UK, text 85258, or in Ireland, text 50808.
- Reach out to the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) at https://www.iasp.info
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