According to statistics only 1% of the population have a diagnosis of the complex mental illness that is Borderline Personality Disorder. It is a highly stigmatised illness, even within the mental health nursing profession. Sufferers are portrayed as being "attention... Continue Reading →
Often in our own lives, it is so interesting how we allow past experience to define who we are and therefore our current state of mind.
In current society, there are many pressures which face us all on an individual basis. These can be various, but often include family life, relationships, financial pressures, pressures at work and health, to name but a few. In terms of... Continue Reading →