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    I saw a therapist at my university a couple of times before I left and he started to go down the route of thinking I had borderline personality disorder, but now I'm seeing a new therapist which isn't anything to do with university and I was wondering if I should mention the BPD to him? I only saw the other therapist a couple of times though so I don't know if it's worth it or not.

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    Just explain that a therapist you saw only a few times thought you might have borderline personality disorder and that you're not sure about that but it might be something to consider
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    Only a psychiatrist (maybe a GP too?) can actually diagnose you with BPD. Whilst it might be worth mentioning it to your new therapist, be aware that they cannot diagnose you :nah:
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