“Yeah definitely, it’s hard to talk about. It’s definitely easier to write about it than to talk about it.” Harriet Williamson is a freelance journalist, whose articles have appeared in a host of the most respected publications in the country, so it’s logical she feels more comfortable expressing herself in writing. And that’s what makes her decision to use her own traumatic experiences to raise awareness of borderline personality disorder (BPD), something she was diagnosed with in 2012 but has struggled with since she was 14, all the more remarkable.
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