BOOK REVIEW – “Her” by Felicia Johnson

BOOK REVIEW – “Her” by Felicia Johnson.


Helping those with Borderline Personality Disorder fight the stigma and enjoy their lives for who they are – highly empathetic, compassionate and creative people with beautiful minds.


BOOK REVIEW – “Her” by Felicia Johnson

“Her” follows the life of Kristen, a 17-year-old young woman, admitted to Bent Creek Mental Hospital.  She’s under tremendous pressure, and experiencing trauma and flashbacks through which her story is told.  It shows the unhealthy coping skills she’s learned, and how she’s introduced to new ways of thinking.  Very engaging!  It pulls the reader in.

This book is  a very intense read!  “Her” really shows what it’s like – the irrational thoughts, intense emotions and  behaviours of an adolescent with Borderline Personality Disorder .  I could really feel everything along with Kristen.  I could relate to a lot of the things in the book.  I couldn’t put it down!  An excellent look into the mind of a BPD sufferer.

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Black Friday Giveaway!

Kindle with BowAfter you’ve finished your turkey and woken up from your tryptophan nap, log on and download the HER e-book for FREE! You will get this inspirational novel of BPD and survival for free all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Get it as an early Christmas present for yourself or even a loved one who may be struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder.

Jump on over to (America only; other links listed below) and get your free e-copy of Her starting Friday.  For extra brownie points, leave me a review on with your experience. I would love to hear your thoughts!



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A Review of the novel Her by Therapist Candice Osborn


Truly inspiring and insightful!

By C. Osborn on November 18, 2013

This is as extraordinary book that insightfully depicts the life of a teenage girl with borderline personality disorder (BPD). This little known and widely misunderstood mental disorder afflicts many and has a profound impact on them, their families, and their loved ones. This book, written from the girl’s perspective, provides a discerning window into the thoughts, feelings, and struggles of someone with BPD. It is a great read for everyone and holds one’s attention throughout the book. The reader cannot wait to find out what is going to happen next. It is also a great inspiration to anyone who has faced challenges in his or her life. For family members of someone with BPD, it provides a true window into the life of their loved one and helps them understand what their loved one experiences on a daily basis. As a therapist, I highly recommend this book for families of individuals who have BPD.

–Candice Osborn, LPC of The Highland Institute of Atlanta