Joyce Savage is on a mission to end stigma associated with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and uses poetry to manage her own mental health.


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Joyce Savage, Make BPD Stigma-Free!

Joyce Savage, 46, from Ontario in Canada is a poet and blogger and for this issue of the ASLI magazine Joyce has submitted a poem tackling the subject of  BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder). However Joyce doesn’t just confine her Artistic expression to writing poetry and blogging,but also enjoys knitting, crocheting, baking and photography; All disciplines that she describes as mostly self-taught.

We are great followers and supporters of this artist’s website and our MD Charlotte Farhan who also suffers from BPD is a avid reader of the blog which Joyce writes Make BPD Stigma Free

We at ASLI decided that we would like to know more about Joyce so here is our interview:

What motivated you to deal with your chosen submission subject?

At the time of writing this poem, I didn’t know that I had BPD.  I just wrote what I felt in my heart.


I Am…

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6 responses to “Joyce Savage is on a mission to end stigma associated with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and uses poetry to manage her own mental health.

  1. Woohoo! Joyce, you’re famous! 🙂

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  2. Awesome!! Reblogged

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