Tessa joins the podcast to discuss her experiences living with gynecological disorders, realizing she was asexual, and how it all impacts her mental health. Tessa's story focuses a lot on the need for self-advocacy, especially when not being believed by doctors. This episode features a mini discussion about criminal trials where BPD is mentioned (like Jodi Arias and a school shooter we won't name here).
You can find Tessa on Instagram at: @Borderline_Bunny_Love
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