FREE EBOOK ABOUT Borderline Personality Disorder and Mental Illness TODAY only!

FREE EBOOK ABOUT #BPD via Amazon. Free on TODAY only!

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A story about a girl who struggles with #BPD. It takes the reader into the mind of someone who is suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. Recommended for families, friends and loved ones of those who have BPD and who wish to learn more about this complex personality disorder. For ages 16 and up.

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In other ways, Kristen is not like other kids her age. She knows something is wrong with her. Kristen feels like an utter failure. She is unable to please her abrasive mother, and scared to confront Jack, her abusive stepfather. She is also unable to protect Nick from Jack, making her fell all the more helpless. Adding to her problems, she knows she will never be as beautiful as her best friend Lexus. Kristen finds solace in self-injury, and the company of Mr. Sharp, her imaginary friend who encourages her feelings of self-loathing.

After a failed suicide attempt, Kristen is placed in the Bent Creek mental hospital, where she is diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. While in the hospital, she meets a group of peers suffering with their own mental illnesses, and a compassionate staff of doctors and counselors. From there, Kristen begins her journey to survival. She discovers the circumstances that brought her to this breaking point, struggles to understand her mental illness, and fights to be a survivor against her own worst enemy: her self-blame.
Kristen’s tale of endurance illustrates the complex illness of Borderline Personality Disorder. Readers – including those suffering from BPD and their friends and family – can glean insight into the illness from Kristen’s humanity. Her story is an example of how, if we try to push the past away, we are either doomed to repeat it or let it haunt us to our graves.

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Book Review of Haseena Patel’s I Choose Victory

I Choose Victory: Find Light In The Darkness Of A Life Changing Crisis by Haseena Patel

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Book Review

Have you ever received a letter from a dear friend that touched your heart? Have you ever read a story that was so emotional that you could not help but feel every word that was written?

I Choose Victory: Find Light In The Darkness Of A Life Changing Crisis by Haseena Patel is a novel that will make the reader feel. When I first started reading this book, it felt like a personal letter from a dear friend. Haseena Patel fills the pages with heartfelt encouragement to her readers. She encourages her readers with positive quotes from prominent writers, speakers, and influential public figures. One of my favorite quotes in her book was written by A.A. Milne that reads, “If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together, there is something you must always remember, you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think…” It’s a powerful message. And no wonder that Patel would use this quote in her book.

Patel’s book is based on dealing with family crisis. She tells of her experiences with helping her sister through a chronic illness that threatened her sister’s life. It’s a heartfelt story of struggle, positive change, growth and finding purpose in life through weaknesses and strength.

I’ve learned by reading Ms. Patel’s book that no matter what crisis you’re faced with, you can overcome. With hope and purpose you will get through it. You must choose to be victorious.

Felicia Johnson, Author of “HER http://www.herthebook.com and http://www.feliciajohnsonauthor.com

 

Girl In The water by Nancy Kilgore, MS Book Review

Here is a preview of Nancy Kilgore’s book Girl In The Water. I had the priviledge of speaking with Nancy and reading her book.

Girl In The Water by Nancy Kilgore, MS is a true story about sibling abuse. In her story, Nancy talks about the abuse she had suffered from the hands of her own sister. I found Nancy’s story of healing and survival to be eye opening. The style of imagery and the openness that Nancy writes with makes really wrapped me into her world. I was able to see and feel her throughout the whole read. I haven’t found many stories told quite like Nancy’s on the subject of sibling abuse. Her prose was riveting. At times, I found myself scared for her, happy for her, and even wanting to hug her. Nancy is a true survivor who is still healing and using her experience to help others.

Her story can be used to raise awareness on sibling abuse because it can help other adult survivors to open up and share their stories of abuse from their siblings. This story really speaks out to so many. Nancy says that it is never too late to talk about it. Nancy, great job for your wonderful work with Girl In The Water. This is a story that needs to be read by others and can help educate and raise awareness about sibling abuse. No one should have to suffer.