By Merri Lisa Johnson
A decent and compelling memoir, woman short of a Tourniquet is Merri Lisa Johnson’s account of her borderline character sickness and the way it has affected her lifestyles and relationships. Johnson describes the sensation of "bleeding out" not able to inform the place she stopped and the place her accomplice started. A self-confessed "psycho girlfriend," she used to be prompted via many emotional components from her prior. She remembers her course via a dysfunctional, damaging courting, whereas recounting the reports that introduced her to her brink. In spotting her fight with borderline character illness, Johnson is eventually in a position to search aid, embarking on a soul-searching therapeutic approach. It's a course that's painful, tough, and now and then heart-wrenching, yet finally makes her extra in a position to love and coexist in fit relationships.
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