Hi, I have been reading and have to say I was hesitant at first because, like some of the other parents posting I didn't want to be intrusive.My daughter is 17, and although 1 doctor hinted at a BPD diagnosis I am having a really hard time getting somebody to do an assessment. I am both the most hated and most loved person in her life right now,and want nothing more than to givre her the tools she needs to go on with her life.I am scared because I can feel her fear, but cannot make this go away.Please be honest if a parent being here does not seem appropriate-I am trying to learn and understand, for my daughter, myself, and her 14-year-old sister. Thank you for your patience.
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