Her by Felicia Johnson – A novel that takes the reader into the mind of someone who suffers with Borderline Personality Disorder

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Her by Felicia Johnson a novel about BPD. Get your copy today!

Her by Felicia Johnson is a fictional novel. It is about a 17 year old girl named Kristen. Kristen suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder. The novel is written from Kristen’s point of view so that the first person narrative can take the readers into the mind of someone who suffers from BPD. Kristen struggles with understanding her mental illness, treatment, and recovery after a suicide attempt. Eventually, Kristen learns that in order to be a survivor, she must understand and acknowledge her personality disorder and what it takes to actually become a true survivor. Kristen draws strength from her peers, her doctors, and her family. This is a story about mental health, child abuse, and survival.

Her by Felicia Johnson is now for sale on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. Please click here to connect with the author and other readers!

Cheers!

–XF

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