We don’t often talk about the challenges of transitioning your kids from young people into the early years of adulthood and eventually complete independence. I often feel like shouting, “Nobody told me how hard this would be!”
As we reach the middle years of life, it is more important than ever to find creative ways to stay active physically and mentally. Set a great example to your loved ones and coworkers and prioritize yourself.
We have fantastic school districts, delicious restaurants of all kinds, educational opportunities, and great shopping. This community is all about warmth, enrichment, and family. If you’re in the midwest and find yourself nearby, then you must stop in for a day or two, or even a week.
Go pick up one of these books about BPD and then pick up your pencil and write about your experience, here or online or in your family. Any time we can educate ourselves and others around us, we make the world a better place.
My daughter has Borderline Personality Disorder, also known as BPD. Parenting a child with Borderline Personality Disorder has been a challenge, especially when that child is an adult. But the joys that have come along with that challenge are undeniable.