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Cheryl90 said on 14 September 2009

depression and anxiety took over my life when i was 17 working as a dental nurse, i lost my job in the end, people who i thought were my friends and alot more. Nobody from work had any sympathy for me and seen me as a fruad they had the attitude 'what does a 17year old know about depression?' What i have went through these past couple years has been heredous and it puts a chill in my spine to think anybody else has or had to go through it. I have been diagnosed with boarderline personality disorder, it would make my life and my familys somthing abit closer to bearable if stigma wasn't there, im realy thankful to people being so open about it on this website.