I am a 29 year old living on the West Coast.  I have a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a job that earns me a decent paycheck.  I was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder almost eight years ago, but only recently have I started dealing with the impact of the diagnosis.  The past two years have been the biggest battles of my entire life; just to make it to the next day.  Some days I struggle just to find some semblance of myself.  Or to remember why I want to continue.  So this has become my life.  The inward battle against myself.  At least that is how it seems.  I know that I am so much more than just a diagnosis, but right now, this is my world as I strive towards recovery.  And through this blog, I will give a direct window into my life.  The ordinary and the extraordinary.  Anyone who is willing to join me on this journey is more than welcome to.  So feel free to comment on whatever you would like or message me just because.   I’m here and I’m not going anywhere.  Oh, and if there’s anything you want to know, just ask. xo


9 responses to “About

  • Lexi

    Looooveeee this. ❤ xxx

  • Nora L Pratt

    Wanted to pop in and thank you for the ‘follow’ on my blog http://findingannmacgregor.wordpress.com and am so intrigued by yours… I’m looking forward to coming back for more. Thank you again!

  • signsandwonders2020

    Hi thank you so much for following my blog, Its so nice to meet you. So take care. Betty

  • mylifeinheartbeats

    Guess who’s wonderful? You are.
    I really enjoy all of your blog posts and look forward to reading more!

  • Nora L Pratt

    I nominated you for a Most Influential Blogger. My sincerest congratulations to you, Have great day!


  • someborderlinegirl

    I’m commenting here because you turned off comments for the post I *want* to comment on.
    Life with BPD is difficult. SO difficult. Our struggles may be different, but they are, in essence, the same. And I have this to say to you: I’m still here. You’re still here. We have survived over 20 years of this bullshit – feelings that are insurmountable at times, unstable interpersonal relationships, a sense of longing for purpose in life – we have survived and we are STILL HERE. The people we love have come and gone and we are still here. Don’t let a period of depression undo the last 29 years of your life. I don’t know if you play video games, but in my mind, I equate suicide to rage quitting a game. It feels really good in the moment, but sucks later (especially if you forgot to save before you rage quit). Unfortunately, with life you can’t just turn the game back on and get back to where you were. Unless you’re a zombie, which… well, I mean that still isn’t going to get you back to where you were. It will just get you brains.
    So please remember that there are people just like you who struggle the same as you and feel the same as you and long and wish for a better life the same as you. And we are all still here. ❤

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