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We’ve all had a “moment”. Gotten angry, hurt, or scared. Slammed a door, honked a horn, raised our voice. But if you are part of the 1.6% of the U.S. population (or 4 million people) diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) these instances can be much more than a passing “moment".
There might not be a more difficult path in life than that of a transgender person. Often ostracized in mainstream society, many endure a lifetime of abuse (mental, physical, and sexual), not because the gender they have been assigned at birth does not match who they are, but because our society lacks understanding and education about gender and gender identity.
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