Shabri Prasad Singh‘s is the story of Amrita, who is plagued by a mental illness which comes to be diagnosed as Borderline Personality Disorder by her psychiatrist, Dr Chugh. Amrita‘s story is the author‘s personal account of her own battles with mental illness and how she displayed a raw courage in her fight against BPD.
Shabri Prasad Singh‘s true narrative turns fictional with Borderline as the reader is taken deep into the labyrinth of Amrita Srivastav‘s tormented psyche. The story follows Amrita struggling to settle down in New York, where she‘s just shifted for her studies. Her life suddenly turns topsy-turvy by the death of her father. A series of abusive relationships follow as a trigger to her trauma, and lead Amrita to seek refuge in drugs and alcohol. Borderline is written as a part of Amrita, aka Shabri‘s recovering process, which acts as a healing treatment to her wounded spirit. The book illustrates a woman‘s honest confessions and her indefatigable valour during her encounters leading up to rehab and therapy.
The novel is sincerely inspiring and touching for all those who struggle with mental disease as well as everyone who wants to know how it feels to be in their stance. The beauty of Borderline is that it deals not only with BPD but also anxiety, depression, self-hatred, first loves and life in general.
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