Dee Chan shares that though she feels her borderline personality disorder (BPD) is in remission, a triggering event has her going back to therapy for suicide ideation.
Dee Chan’s Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) always made the world feel like a very scary place. So when it came to relationships, she would self-protect with a “get them before they get you” mentality. She realized that if she wanted healthy relationships, she had to learn how to handle disappointment.
Anger is an all-consuming force when coupled with Borderline Personality Disorder. Dee Chan shares how she learned to express her anger and stopped hurting those in her life.
Dee Chan shares how she spent years and years struggling with BPD until one day, she realized gratitude had a role to play in her recovery.
In interview format, Rayette shares her journey through abuse, mental illness, and hospitalizations to being diagnosed with DID.
Hanna shares that people suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) are frequently portrayed as monstrous, manipulative people prone to violent outbursts and extreme mood swings. Sadly, she sees so much of herself in this stereotype that it’s hard to defend or deny it, but she is fighting hard to tame this monster in herself, although she is still struggling.
Julie Everson shares two poems from the depth of her pain and anguish, finally shining light on the darkest places in her. She feels her mental illness is trapping her in a cage and though she doesn’t know the level of recovery she can achieve, she is grateful for words to help her escape. She feels there are others suffering as she does, feeling alone in their own world. She writes to reach out to you.