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A Box Full of Darkness: Growing Up in the Shadow of BPD

Someone I loved once gave me A box full of darkness. It took me years to understand That this, too, was a gift. -Mary Oliver I can’t remember now how I ran across this poem by Mary Oliver. I saved it, because the box-full-of-darkness metaphor […]
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