I help women break the stigma of BPD & create lives they dream about

 

 Years ago I was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). I remember the air stopped moving when I received that diagnosis. I had intense and immediate SHAME in being labeled with a personality disorder. It rocked me to my core.

 

“Sorry, Amanda. It turns out you’re definitely not like other people at all – you have an incurable personality DISORDER. All those years you didn’t fit in IS actually because you don’t fit in.”
 
 
Through years of meds, therapy and drinking myself into a stupor while riding the emotional rollercoaster of my brain, I finally stumbled upon Life Coaching.
 
I learned how to meet myself where I was at. I learned how to treat myself FIRST with love and respect and caring. I learned how to rewrite the story I told about myself and others. And in doing that I changed my relationship with everybody and everything else.
 
I now lead a life I once could only DREAM about. One where I get to be married to a wonderful man, one where I have a beautiful and loving and stable relationship with my children. I have an incredible career and live in a magical house tucked up into the mountains where I’ve always dreamed of living.
 
I’m here to tell you that you can have the same kind of success.  I can teach you exactly how to do it.

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