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Shelby shares about her multiple diagnosis and how her hope and need to help others makes her stronger each day.
AJ & Cris are joined by recently diagnosed Braelynn to talk about the process of coping with BPD as a new reality.
A follow up on working with mental illness. AJ speaks about challenges of self-worth and self-harm and choosing to value your best self.
When you go to work with anxiety and depression it can distract you from being a productive employee. We talked about our experience with this on the job and how it can make us a better worker.
We use criticism to give feedback to others but it can hurt feelings and cause discord. How do we learn to navigate criticism with BPD?
What makes you worthy of your partner and does being with someone with BPD make a relationship the worst you've ever had?
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We discuss denial in mental health and how to bring up the topic to loved ones.
AJ & Cris talk about unpacking in their new house and what they hope for in the future.
We join Carmella Young and share experiences from mental hospitals and wellness programs that help us deal with the stress of life when it seems like it's too much to handle alone.
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I’ve Got Life
Traveling as an introvert with BPD is difficult, but I’m glad I do it with the one I love.
Postpartum depression is a lonely place for a mother, but friends can help by being available to lend a hand.
I’m better than depression and I’m out to find out what keeps me getting back into the world?
You can find motivation by not giving up and keep taking steps to get better.
Learn about what you can do as a friend to help someone that is gone through sexual violence or PTSD from a sexual assault.
We want to know how introverts vote!
No relationship is perfect, but BPD does add some difficult challenges.
Even though I like staying indoors, it's worth it to venture out to support cause I believe in.
Just because someone is an extrovert, it doesn't mean they don't understand introverts or that they don't envy us for our quiet power.
Celebrating National Coming Out day with my story of coming out to my parents, especially my father.