I feel honored that you consider me strong, but I must admit I am not at all recovered. However, I definitely have a new perspective on life that didn’t six months ago. A significant factor for me was actually having a near death experience. I realized there are a select few people who literally held my hand as I clinically died and supported me through the end.. And remained as it became a new beginning. Those people give me hope.
Anonymous said: I wanted to ask how you found the strength to recover. I'm not dealing with exactly the same issues but one is kind of similar and I know I have to get help and figure out how to recover but I'm struggling with coming to terms with it and putting all my strength into it when I feel so weak so I was wondering how you did it or what made you realized it.
Anonymous said: how many siblings do you have? and how old are they?
Anonymous said: How do you cope with the stigma that comes with BPD?
I don’t have BPD.
Anonymous said: I just wanted to tell you that I'm so inspired by your passion, optimism and grace, despite your struggles.
Thank you.. “Courage is Grace under pressure” I repeat frequently. :)