T. R. Lilly’s newly released “Crossing the Borderline” is an encouraging book on her story as someone with psychological illnesses to raise awareness of mental health.

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“Crossing the Borderline” from Christian Faith Publishing author T. R. Lilly is an informative look at mental and emotional health issues through her experiences as someone who has suffered from these illnesses, making people realize that God cares for those who are suicidal and depressed.

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“Crossing the Borderline”: an honest take on having psychological disorders and how others, as well as victims themselves, have usually viewed it. “Crossing the Borderline” is the creation of published author, T. R. Lilly, an advocate of mental health and suicide awareness who was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and depression.

Lilly shares, “The thing is, no one tells you the pitfalls or that there’s this cycle to it. You go into therapy for whatever reason—usually pushed into it by someone or some event. You may not think you have a problem, or you may wind up in a locked unit on a voluntary commit or committed by a doc, therapist, or peace officer. How you get to the medicine isn’t so important. The med doc, therapist, etc., listen to you tell your story once or twice, and it can be all truth or all lies—or a mix. Soon thereafter, you have some kind of diagnosis, but before they hand you a prescription for medication, they should tell you a lot of things, starting with some possibilities for the cycle. You’ll be medicated or not. You’ll tell them what they want to hear like, “I’ve taken all my meds and haven’t missed a single dose.” The medication may work for a while, then it won’t or it will. And you will feel good, so you will think you don’t need it anymore. Either way, you may decide to go off your meds and then it will all start over again.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, T. R. Lilly’s new book is a gripping account that raises awareness not just on the mental and emotional condition of a person, but also the need to focusing on him or her from a spiritual aspect—having a spiritual connection with God is a major component of having good mental and emotional health.

The author is well-aware that psychological concerns should be talked about, knowing that misdiagnosis and unnecessary remedies are possibly given to patients, just like what happened to her.

View a synopsis of “Crossing the Borderline” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase“Crossing the Borderline” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Crossing the Borderline”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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