Tora has experienced much in her life; abuse, sexual assault, abandonment, feelings of worthlessness. Getting her life on track, she felt the trauma was behind her. Then she began to have daily seizures which were diagnosed as Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES).
Dee Chan explores how forgiveness of childhood trauma allowed her to take the first steps toward BPD recovery.
Sneha find herself spiralling downward into depression as she tries to process being the lone survivor of a car crash. She decides to open up to her partner and begins to heal through their discussions.
Riddle with social anxiety and dependent on others to protect her, Anonymous finds herself in an abusive relationship that leads to depression and PTSD. In the end, her courage to get help saved her life.
Jen Zarzecki was brutally abused by her boyfriend. It wasn’t until she accepted her PTSD diagnosis that she began to realize it wasn’t her fault.
“At the exact moment in which my emotions would begin to settle and the fog of depression would seemingly lift, another surgery would knock me back down. My last major surgery had been no different. The nightmares and flashbacks came roaring back, reigniting the questions over what might have been. Angry and confused, I failed to see the impending danger lurking just around the corner.”
~ Samuel Moore-Sobel
Shoshana Stein shares her experience of losing her closest friend while in high school and the state of mania that ensued.