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Sharing our stories to beat stigma around mental illness and mental health issues

Well, as we know from my two memoirs and my many blog posts on my website, and continuing articles, that I have been sharing my story about my mental illness, life story and recovery and now, if I may, I would like YOU to share yours on my website.

I’d like to know about your

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A Journal entry from 2009, showing just how bad BPD, depression and anxiety got for me and my relationships

A Journal entry from 2009, from my memoir ’39’ CLICK HERE TO VIEW ON AMAZON

THIS CONTAINS SOME OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE BEING AN UNEDITED JOURNAL. DO NOT BE PUT OFF! THE BOOK CONTAINS FAR LESS, AS IT IS MOSTLY NARRATIVE, BUT IT DOES CONTAIN SOME SEXUAL SCENES

Lying on my single bed in my cold, damp

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Update and synopsis of ‘My Alien Self – My Journey Back To Me’

Last week, my memoir was finally sent to the proof reader! It will not be long now until it is published on kindle, (By the end of May fingers crossed!) once my wonderful editor, Debz Hobbs-Wyatt has finished with it! So I am very excited and thought it was time to write just what the

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Get me out of here, my recovery from borderline personality disorder by Rachel Reiland book review

Get me out of here, my recovery from borderline personality disorder by Rachel Reiland, published in 2004 by Hazelden.

I read this in early 2010. Get me out of here Rachel – this is a 5 year piece of her life, through her worst bit of BPD through therapy and hospitalisation and her relationship with

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