Featured · February 4 2021
Following my diagnosis, I had the notion that I was a bad person and that I was destined to be this way forever (think of the classic BPD stereotypes). This was hard on me, which increased my behaviours and negative mentality. The next few years were a blur.
July 7 2020
Knowledge and experiences have molded who I am today. Right, wrong, or indifferent, I am who I am because of my past and experiences in both my personal and professional life. My journey has a variety of twists and turns and with every twist and turn a learning opportunity was available and at my fingertips. Dysfunctional is the new functional, me, my family and my friends are no exception. The journey from childhood to an adult with a big girl job happened for a reason. I didn’t understand at the time, but as time has passed the reasons and purpose seems more clear.