This is the very reasons we love this letter to your eating disorder. It describes someone who is waking up to the fact that they are able to talk to, influence and then manage or control what is ailing them.
Who are you without your story? How would you feel if you did not think about the things that hurt you, that have caused you so much pain and trauma in life?
Many people with BPD and addiction ask themselves “Why me?” You may have a sibling, parent or other relative who also has a serious mental illness or an addiction to alcohol or other drugs, and you probably have many relatives who have not been afflicted with a mental illness or addiction.
Clients don't need to have a breakdown, or a rock-bottom, before they choose to take time out to recover, re-balance and heal. Prevention is better than cure.
The Sanctuary Program runs a world class Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT Treatment and Recovery Centre for Borderline Personality Disorder or addictions.