Believe it or not, India is witnessing a high suicide rate within the queer community. They aren't cowards and it's not the 'easy way out'. It's high time we break the barrier and stigma associated with mental health problems.
If your near and dear ones seem to be giving up, don’t judge them; they’ve probably tried very hard and are now struggling to keep up. They are silently seeking help. Here's how you can offer help.
I have never talked much about sexuality. I don't think that sex is disgusting or that I want to run away, when people talk about it and share their experiences. I talk about it with my sister and my best friend. But I never had the desire for sex. I thought that I would have it when I find the right person or when I can emotionally connect to that person. But now that I have found this person whom I love. The person that feels like home. The person that loves and accepts me. The person with whom I can laugh and cry. The person I spent most nights with and whom I have already kissed. Nevertheless, I don't want to have sex. I think that asexuality is part of my bpd and I will talk about it with my therapist. But I am afraid that he will leave me. I have already talked so many times with him about it. And every time he says that he loves me anyway, that I am the person that is his home, his happy place. Of course he has a need for sex but he had already friends with benefits relationships because he thought that sex is what he is looking for, something physical. But he wasn't right. He wants love, respect and acceptance. Sex is something he can get from anyone. But the love I am giving him, he can only get from me.
Loosing him is anyway a huge fear. #depressionawareness#mentalillness#mentalhealthmatters#mentalhealthissues #mentalhealthawareness#endthestigma#bpd#depression#ocd#borderline#sexuality#asexual#love#home