2 thoughts on “Borderline Personality Disorder: Ring Someone Who Cares

  • March 12, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Hi Sonia,

    So happy to read your new blog. God, I hope that
    one day I can rid myself of the care factor. My T.
    constantly has to remind me that she isn’t going
    anywhere and will help me work through all of my
    dependency issues. Just to let you know how good
    of a T. she is… I was robbed at knife-point at
    the store I work at back in May of 2010. When it
    came time for the sentencing hearing, I was able
    to read an impact statement. My T. came with me!!
    She was incredibly supportive and I was touched
    that she offered to come and be with me. I am so
    blessed to have found her. I hope that I can one
    day just be happy that she was there for me and I
    can go on and live my life knowing that she will
    always be a part of it, if only in memory. But for now my care factor is huge!!

  • March 13, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    I noticed a decrease in my ‘care factor’ the other day when something really big happened in my life and I didn’t have the usual burning need to text her, I figured it could wait until my next appointment. However good this reaction might be, it’s also a little difficult. I’ve always lamented to her that I wish I could look at her the same way I look at my dentist. And now that has happened, I’m not sure I like it! I want her back on her pedestal.


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