Borderline Personality Disorder,  Odds and Ends,  Stats

Fun with Keywords Again

Well, I’ve looked over recent keywords that find my blog and found these to be interesting (with my comment in parenthesis):

  • borderline tough love (it doesn’t work see this post)
  • bpd not wrong (I wonder a BP saying they’re not wrong or a non-bp complaining about it?)
  • bpd impacts on loved ones (big ones! That’s the whole point of the site huh?)
  • how to stop ruminating (It isn’t easy. Mindfulness helps.)
  • dumped out of the blue bpd (yeah, it happens)
  • how to stop a demonic possession (I’m amazed at the number of demonic possession believers out there)
  • here is the last two digits of my social (ok, where is the rest? – haha)
  • bpd inability to love (sad…)
  • bpd look of hate evil (I’ve seen it.)
  • outlandish lies (poor guy/gal)
  • best site anythingtostopthepain (my favorite of the group)
  • cocaine and bpd (not a good combo)
  • bpd wife bitch (bitter much?)
  • shall i contact my ex who has bpd (not if you don’t have to)
  • how do i validate my borderline daughter (nice… I’m glad you’re trying!)
  • “borderline personality” evil (evil again)
  • drunk housewives (is this someone looking for porn? or support? Maybe a new ABC show?)
  • bpd are evil (evil again!)
  • how do you stop a demonic possession (you can’t – it doesn’t exist. I guess you can stop believing in it.)


  • Wandering Coyote

    Good Lord! Some of those are scary, actually. I used to do posts about search engine keywords over at my other blog, and it really made me wonder what people were thinking.

  • Bon Dobbs

    Yeah, I know. I do them for 2 reasons: 1) they become self-referential and other people searching on similar items find the blog (and round and round it goes) and 2) I find it really interesting what people are looking ofr and what they’re finding. Far and away the BIGGEST search term I get has to do with “celebrities with BPD” or some variant.

    Some are scary. It’s sad/scary to see what some people are thinking, huh?

  • V.S.

    Heh. I’ve wondered quite a few times if my husband was possessed by the spirit of his dead father, and I don’t usually believe in things like that. I can see why someone might think demon possession.

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