Inchara describes what it’s like to experience BPD. After she started to understand her self and issues more closely, she started to change the way she thought about herself and eventually, embraced her personality.
Dee Chan explores how forgiveness of childhood trauma allowed her to take the first steps toward BPD recovery.
Dee Chan shares how learned behaviour influenced her experiences with Borderline Personality Disorder and learning skills through Dialectical behavior therapy put her in control again.
Mal shares her experiences with being misdiagnosed and medication failures. Once diagnosed with BPD and she started medication, she realized that her days were not supposed to be spent terrified. Medication helped once again and though she’s not a fan of taking the stuff, she knows that feeling better is worth it.
Dee shares that as a mother with BPD, she was a wrecking ball and how she got closure from her youngest child through Radical Acceptance (DBT) and asking for forgiveness.
Dee shares how the intensive anger that was part of her Borderline Personality Disorder caused lost relationships with her children and how she was able to stop suffering from it.
Dee shares how DBT distress tolerance skills changed her life from being consumed by her rage to “turning her mind away” and finding freedom.