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.
January 20 2021
It was at least 10 years before I went to therapy again. But the important thing is that I eventually did go back and I found someone that I am comfortable speaking with which is the best feeling I could have.
December 2 2020
The pain is deep and it cuts through me when I least expect it. I have tried to live my life with a positive, optimistic mindset. I love with my whole heart and put my family first. I chose a helping profession so that I could improve the lives of others while also challenging myself.
October 6 2020
I, for the first time in my life, am talking with a therapist about my life and my family. It’s a story I have lived, and thought about for many years. But there is something about telling an overview of the whole story in one fell swoop that it occurs to me that the life I have lived is perhaps not the average one.