31 Days of BPD

Day 1: Think of the last time you were really angry. Why was that?

Day 2: Why did your last friendship end?

Day 3: Do you self-harm? If yes, how?

Day 4: Have you ever attempted suicide?

Day 5: Have you ever written a suicide note?

Day 6: How’s your love life?

Day 7: Have you ever dissociated? If so, how often?

Day 8: Do you have any other diagnoses? Which ones?

Day 9: Do you get mood swings?

Day 10: What kind of impulsive decisions have you made?

Day 11: Is there anything you do that helps keep you grounded?

Day 12: What’s your relationship with your family?

Day 13: Are you a perfectionist?

Day 14: Do you ever become obsessive?

Day 15: Have you ever changed your opinions, depending on the people you are with?

Day 16: Does your style (clothing, hair, etc.) change a lot?

Day 17: What are five of your biggest fears?

Day 18: Do you worry what people think of you?

Day 19: What are some lyrics that describe what you’re going through right now?

Day 20: How do you usually express yourself?

Day 21: How many people know about your diagnosis?

Day 22: What’s a random story from your childhood?

Day 23: How do you think other people see you?

Day 24: If you could pick one year of your life to give back and start over, which one would it be?

Day 25: What’s one thing you wish non-borderlines could understand?

Day 26: Name three fictional characters you relate to.

Day 27: Do you have any bad habits?

Day 28: Do you consider yourself high-functioning or low-functioning?

Day 29: If your mind was a house, what would the house look like?

Day 30: What is your “safe place” when you are upset? (This can also be a person.)

Day 31: Post a picture of yourself and tell us your story.


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