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We continue our focus during suicide awareness month with this fantastic interview. There are so many people holding back their emotions, thoughts, and secrets about themselves, and, as we’ll discover later in this episode, having someone to talk about your struggles and secrets is an excellent way to start healing your mind.

26 year old Tali Wallin works for Israel’s national ambulance service, Magen David Adom as an EMT and EMS dispatcher. She enjoys working in the medical field and gets satisfaction from helping others.

Tali decided to expand her knowledge and go to nursing school. She is now in her last semester and looking forward to graduating and overcoming all the struggles in her path.

In this episode, Tali tells us about her life and living with her Social Anxiety and Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis. She discusses how she has learned to control self-harm and other negative thoughts. I encourage you to share this episode with anyone you think might benefit from Tali’s experience. If you find this interview interesting or helpful reach out to our private Facebook group, Hope to Recharge, and share your story with us.

Because, as always, together is better!

Topics Discussed:

  • Borderline Personality Disorder and self-harm
  • Dialectical behavior therapy
  • How to look for the right help


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