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Borderline is a podcast for defiant global citizens. It believes in openness, discovery and compassion. It resists outrage and seeks wonder. Prosaically, the podcast discusses geopolitics, immigration and lives that straddle borders. If you leave home to get home, Borderline is for you.
 
From Borderline to Beautiful Podcast tackles tough topics and provides information and insight into borderline personality disorder. Our goal is to provide a show that offers hope and help to you or your loved ones with BPD and to answer big questions that others in the field are too scared to answer. The stigma around BPD is unjustified because there is a good prognosis. Let's break the stigma and learn ways to heal together. Rose Skeeters, a licensed therapist, nutrition and mindset coach, ...
 
Healthy // Toxic is all about what makes relationships healthy or unhealthy. The show provides a scientifically informed perspective especially on the topics of narcissism, narcissistic abuse, and the negative effects of being exposed to a narcissist in the workplace, family, or in a romantic relationship. The show also treats related topics like borderline, histrionic, antisocial, and cluster B personality disorders more broadly.The featured hosts are mental health counselor, Todd Grande Ph ...
 
Jede Folge ein anderer Gast. Jede Folge eine andere Lebensgeschichte. Die Verläufe wie es zur Erkrankung kam, sind so individuell. Sie sind traurig, beängstigend und manchmal schockierend. Meine Gäste sind betroffene und kennen heute Strategien, die ihnen helfen. Durch Frühsignale, die der Körper ihnen sendet, sind sie in der Lage diese zu interpretieren. Sie bewerten diese und steuern im Ernstfall dagegen an. Sie kennen Methodiken, wie sie heute mit der Krankheit leben können. Zuhörer könne ...
 
I'm a wife, mother, grandmother AND have lived with BPD for my entire life. I've been ashamed of this & kept it as hidden as possible. I've just come out of the Mental Health closet & am taking responsibility for my recovery & accountability for my past behaviours. I want it fixed. I'm not talking about coping skills, I'm talking about digging down to the root cause and adjusting the distorted core belief that "MY FEELINGS ARE IRRELEVANT & SHAMEFUL, DEVOID OF WORTH & THEREFORE SO AM I MYSELF ...
 
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Did you know that there are 256 possible combinations of criteria that may yield the same diagnosis of BPD?! This means that two people with BPD may have only 1 diagnostic criteria in common. Because BPD has so many differences in severity and presence, researchers began to create theories based on types and subtypes of BPD. Check out this episode …
 
Asad and Marian’s family fled conflict in Somalia and found refuge in eastern Kenya, one of the world’s largest refugee camps. That was in 1991. Three decades later, the family still hasn’t been allowed to build a permanent home together anywhere. Their story, like a novel you couldn’t make up, is that of the broken refugee resettlement system and …
 
In this episode, I take a time out to celebrate the hard work of recovery and talk about the importance of self- love, self-care, and compassion as you recover from having BPD. Visit us on the web at: https://www.thriveonlinecounseling.com Give us a call at : 844-9-THRIVE Contact is at: Rose@thriveonlinecounseling.com OR Jay@thriveonlinecounseling.…
 
A discussion of the philosophy behind economic immigration, how Canada ranks economic immigrants, Ministerial Instructions and listener Q&A. Ashal Kaushal is an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia's Allard School of Law, where she teaches, amongst other courses, Immigration Law.6:00 An introduction to Canada’s points system, h…
 
Globalization isn’t just the stuff of airplanes and container ships. It’s not colonization and circumnavigation alone. It started much sooner. Dr Valerie Hansen, professor of Chinese history at Yale University, points to the year 1000 as one early watershed era when the world expanded and became smaller at once. Trade routes criss-crossed the Ameri…
 
People with BPD are highly sensitive, often carrying the world’s problems and emotions on their shoulders. In this episode, I talk about social injustice and how to impact change on a macro level by starting with interpersonal relationships. I also answer a question about Quiet BPD. Thanks for listening! Schedule today here: https://www.thriveonlin…
 
In this conversation, Zoe Gardner, policy advisor at the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, covers: How immigration exposes women to a higher risk of violence and abuse Why policing and immigration enforcement must be decoupled WTF “no recourse to public funds” and the “hostile environment” are How legal migrants are pushed into undocumen…
 
A discussion of when someone can be inadmissible to Canada for having committed a crime which doesn’t lead to a conviction. Cases referenced are Garcia v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2021 FC 141 and Dlieow v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2020 FC 59Sania (Ahmed) Chaudhry was counsel in Garcia. She is currently Legal Counsel (Profe…
 
Recovery from BPD means letting go of resentment, rebuilding trust, and learning how to choose forgiveness- for both the individual with BPD and their loved ones. In this episode, Jay and I talk about how we got through the hard times/ my episodes and how he was able to let go of resentment. We also answer a listener's question about manipulation a…
 
Selda Shamloo is taking the Home Office to court. Her mother, who’s Iranian, has been repeatedly denied a simple tourist visa to visit her. This is life on an ostracized passport. For many of us, our passport is a symbol of our wanderlust, a badge of our freedom. It’s been gathering dust for the past year and we can’t wait to get it out. But if you…
 
Hello everyone I got some great stuff for you today. I have Stupid News, Uncle Dickie stop by. I answer some emails, Funny Porn comments the Top 10 cities to go party for St. Patrick Day and some Irish Mobsters I talk about. I close show with some talk about free speech. Should be a good old time.저자 Stephen Booth
 
In this episode, I reintroduce myself to new listeners, redefine recovery, offer hope, & talk about what I have learned and how I will need to level up this next year. I also answer a listener’s question about how to begin being less intense as she re-enters into a romantic relationship. Stay tuned next week when Jay and I will be talking about res…
 
Liberalism – a belief in the primacy of individual liberty – has built modern democracies. Now it’s in an existential crisis, caught between rising authoritarianism and identity politics. I look back and ahead for liberals with British political journalist Ian Dunt. 00:14 Intro01:24 Another TCK childhood04:19 Why write a book that goes back 400 yea…
 
A discussion of s. 34(1)(f) of Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, which provides that a foreign national or permanent resident is inadmissible for being the member of an organization that has committed terrorism. Topics include how terrorism, organization and membership are defined, the Proud Boys, QAnon and the Bangladesh Nationalist…
 
In this episode, I talk more about character development, how it’s linked to identity development and a way to trick your BPD brain into remembering why you started on your recovery journey, even when you are having a good day. Contact us today at 1-844-9-THRIVE or rose@thriveonlinecounseling.com. You can schedule with Jay here: jay@thriveonlinecou…
 
People of all kinds – yes, people of color too – go abroad to live, love and learn. They study a language, they follow a partner, they go just for the heck of it or for a midlife crisis. Sometimes, they flee war or poverty, but not usually. Tired of not seeing her story represented, Amanda Bates created The Black Expat – a media centering the stori…
 
In this episode, I talk about feeling powerful, strong and capable and how the BPD brain often finds power through bullying. I offer reflection questions to ask yourself if there is a different way to experience strength and control as well as some ideas of my own. I also answer a Q & A about negative and impulsive behavior even when things are goi…
 
Exchange students aren’t just the butt of jokes in American teen comedies. They’re young people going through one of the most transformative experiences life has to offer. Expanding it to more children – dare we say, to all children? – could change not just them, but the world. Katherine Alexander-Dobrovolskaia was dropped in Iowa from the newly br…
 
In this episode, Jay and Rose discuss acceptance of where people are in recovery as well as a different kind of perfect and how to focus on the right things as you grow. Recovery requires patience at each stage. Contact us today at : https://www.thriveonlinecounseling.com Jay is accepting mindset coaching at this time. His online schedule will be a…
 
Chieu v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2002 SCC 3 was a landmark Supreme Court of Canada which affirmed the use of the Ribic factors in the H&C assessment. We discuss these factors and how they are used in immigration appeals.1:00 How the assessment of Humanitarian & Compassionate considerations has become somewhat nebulus. 4:00…
 
When they narrowly escaped the Third Reich and found refuge in Britain, Peter Gumbel’s parents and grandparents cast off their German Jewish heritage to become a perfectly British family. Cricket, Marmite and Church of England. Two generations later, deeply unsettled by Brexit, Gumbel reaches out to Germany again in search of a new passport – and a…
 
In this episode, I discuss emotion regulation tips that are often taught in the context of DBT. I also address a listener's concern and speak to the idea of recovery being a very difficult path to walk. Visit us on the web at https://www.thriveonlinecounseling.com/ . Jay Skeeters is accepting mindset coaching clients once again. Jay works with indi…
 
A discussion about responding to procedural fairness letters with digressions on possible bias against people from Punjab, unreasonable documentation requests, tunnel vision amongst visa officers, how if an officer goes out looking for misrepresentation in an application they will probably find it, aggressively banning people from Canada as a deter…
 
Sam is back this week to talk about her transformation and how recovery is going now. We tackle the question of how and Sam offers hope and inspiration. She even started her own Coaching business and Ministry! Listen in today to hear how Sam continues to crush BPD recovery. Contact her here: https://www.facebook.com/Sams-Silver-Lining-1002869618848…
 
Healthy versus Toxic is a podcast where licensed mental health professionals explore what makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy from a scientifically informed perspective. Links for Dr. Grande YouTube Channel Want more mental health content? You might also be interested in these other Ars Longa Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tr…
 
In this episode of From Borderline to Beautiful, I interview Dr. Josephine McNary. She answers listener's questions about Borderline Personality Disorder and medications as well as with way to consider communicating with your psychiatrist to best get your needs met. Dr. McNary is a board-certified general psychiatrist, working with a variety of pat…
 
In this episode of From Borderline to Beautiful, I interview Lisa Mustard, an inspiring therapist, entrepreneur, and warrior woman! Listen in today for motivation and inspiration to continue on your recovery journey. Check out Zyia Activewear here: https://lisamustard.com/active-wear/ and contact me here: Rose@thriveonlinecounseling.com or Jay@thri…
 
This episode is about the concept of a universal basic income and how it would work in Canada. We are joined by Sheila Regehr and Sameer Nurmohamed of Basic Income Canada Network. We discuss which type of immigrants (permanent residents, workers, students, asylum claimants, people without status) etc. would be eligible, whether a basic income would…
 
Healthy versus Toxic is a podcast where licensed mental health professionals explore what makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy from a scientifically informed perspective. Links for Dr. Grande YouTube Channel Want more mental health content? You might also be interested in these other Ars Longa Podcasts: Mental Health // Demystified with Dr. Tr…
 
A family tragedy is one thing--in this case the death of my sister in 1975, when she was seven, of a brain tumor. How that death, which had created such a strong bond between my parents and I, was eventually turned into a weapon, is another thing altogether. And what of my writing, the fact of me as a writer, which had always been a source of pride…
 
This site is, for now, anonymous. I am a writer and teacher living in the American Midwest. This is a story of mental illness, but it is not a story of redemption and resolution. It is a story that will be relatable and therefore cathartic to those in similar circumstances. During the worst years of my mother’s verbal abuse and psychological contro…
 
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