Ask Me About My BPD

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‘ASK ME’ Campaign to Help Fight Stigma

Want to share your story and help tackle stigma?

We’d love to hear from you! BPD Australia is creating an online platform to show the people behind the BPD label: Ask Me About My BPD.

We’re looking for anything that lets others have a peek into your BPD story: a poem, a short story, an essay, a photograph, a flash fiction piece, a painting, a video – you create it, we’ll share it. We’re interested in stories both from people with BPD and those who love them, be it parents, partners, siblings, or best friends.

Why? Our website https://www.bpdaustralia.org is frequented by people with BPD and those who care for and love them. You might remember just being diagnosed. “Coming out” of the BPD closet. Hitting rock bottom and climbing up. Telling a family member. Finding that one thing that helps you stay on top. Starting dating someone and wondering when and how to tell them.

We’d love to share your experience and your story with others that can learn from it, be comforted by it, be moved by it. Give them a glimpse into your narrative. Tell them that yeah, it can suck, but it can also be everything else: funny, overwhelming, scary, triumphant, intense, creative. Everything.

Watch this space

‘Ask Me’ Campaign to Help Tackle Stigma Want to share your story and help tackle stigma? We’d love to hear from you! BPD Australia is creating an online platform to show the people behind the BPD label: Ask Me About My BPD.

We’re looking for anything that lets others have a peek into your BPD story: a poem, a short story, an essay, a photograph, a flash fiction piece, a painting, a video – you create it, we’ll share it. We’re interested in stories both from people with BPD and those who love them, be it parents, partners, siblings, or best friends.

Why? Our website www.bpdaustralia.com is frequented by people with BPD and those who care for and love them. You might remember just being diagnosed. “Coming out” of the BPD closet. Hitting rock bottom and climbing up. Telling a family member. Finding that one thing that helps you stay on top. Starting dating someone and wondering when and how to tell them.

We’d love to share your experience and your story with others that can learn from it, be comforted by it, be moved by it. Give them a glimpse into your narrative. Tell them that yeah, it can suck, but it can also be everything else: funny, overwhelming, scary, triumphant, intense, creative. Everything.

If you’d like to contribute to the campaign, please email us at: askmeaboutbpd@gmail.com

* You can write anonymously or be published under your name or a pen name. We’re easy and we’ll work with you to make sure you’re comfortable with your work and how it represents you. The rights to anything you share on the website remain yours and you can choose to take anything off or take your name off at any time.