Hosts Laurie Edmundson and Sara Amundson provide a raw, honest, and sometimes humorous look into what it means to live with Borderline Personality Disorder. From relationships, to anger, to sex, and to recovery, they bare all to offer a glimpse into the reality behind life with the world’s most stigmatized mental illness. You find Laurie and Sara on Instagram to follow their day to day lives even further @laurieanned and @saraswellnessway
Addiction, Sobriety, and Everything in Between
Sara is actively on her recovery journey from alcoholism, hitting 60 days of sobriety on the day this episode was recorded. She discusses her motivation to change, how she’s feeling now, and her goals for the future around substances. Laurie has not...
The Super Feelers Club
If you live with strong emotions and/or borderline personality disorder and are looking for a community that “get you” the Super Feelers Club may be the perfect virtual place for you! The Super Feelers Club is a free, inclusive, drop-in peer support...
Not Coming Out Yet Is Okay Too (Guest: Alex)
Guest to the podcast Alex shares his experiences living with BPD as a man working in a male dominated, stigma ridden field of work. He shares his reasons for not coming out with his diagnosis yet, his journey to recovery, philosophy for treatment, and...
I’m Coming Out So You Better Get This Party Started
Sara and Laurie discuss their experiences coming out with their borderline personality disorder (BPD) diagnosis to family, friends, fellow psychology students, and colleagues.Sara talks about the process of coming out as queer and how it relates to...
There is No Such Thing as a Happy Pill
Medication has a time and a place in mental health treatment and recovery but there is no way to numb all of these emotions. That is not the goal of medication.There is no “anti-borderline pill” but medications can be really useful for treating symptoms...
Like Father Like Daughter Feat. Dean Edmundson
Dean Edmundson aka Laurie’s dad is the guest on the pod this week to talk about parenting and the guilt associated with it, genetics, the second hand stigma of having a kid with mental illness, and supporting Laurie with her decision to “come out”. He...
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Demystifying and Destigmatizing BPD
Bold, Beautiful, Borderline is a wonderful resource for folks with BPD to step into their power and understand that they are more than a diagnosis. BPD is so stereotyped and misunderstood, and hearing stories and experiences — instead of just sets of symptoms or caricatures — helps the listener to know they’re not “crazy,” not beyond help (as many have been told), and most of all, are not alone.