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Shabri Prasad Singh A Philosopher by Heart

Shabri prasad singh is a philosopher by heart. She was raised in cities like London and New Delhi and studied in New York. She is a deeply into the study of the mind and behaviour. She went to the city university of New York where she chose to major in anthropology and psychology.

She is into painting cooking and above all writing which gives her an immense sense of peace. A true feminist by heart Shabri fights for freedom of speech and equality.

Born on the 21st of December 1984 and like all Saggitarians Shabri is a free spirit and a wanderer. She says there is nothing more important than the earth and its people and she is an advocate of love and harmony.

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Synopsis of Borderline

Borderline is a journey of Amrita Srivastava. It is the journey of her mind, her being her soul. The book starts with Amrita's background birth and family history. It shows the underlying currents of a loving close knit family and how the family splits apart due to a ghastly divorce which affects Amrita mentally.

Thereon Amrita is completely dependant on her father and she worships him. Upon moving to America for further studies Amrita falls in love, due to her dependence and growing insecurities, the relationship does not work. Amrita comes to India on a vacation only to find her father dead the next morning. This event in her life shatters her forever. She cannot move past her father's death, although her mother remarries, Amrita is hellbent on finding love which in turn makes her obsessed with the men that come in her life leading upto a mental breakdown. When Amrita moves back to India she again gets obsessed with another guy but it ends quickly. She is forced to move into her mothers house and she struggles to make a connect with them. Amrita find liberation and freedom when she gets involved with a married man named “Pink”, who is the only man who understands her mind and her wavering emotions.

When her best friend writes a horrible book on her Amrita has another mental breakdown and goes to a psychiatrist who diagnoses her with Borderline Personality Disorder.

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Borderline Personality Disorder

There have been several debates and a number of conflicts over the name of this disorder. BPD is hugely stigmatized, and its name has been vastly criticized by patients, psychiatrists and psychologists. Some also call this ailment emotional dysregulation personality disorder.

As per the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental disorders, published by the American Psychiatric Association. There are ten types of personality disorders and they are divided into clusters. Borderline personality disorder comes in cluster b—the dramatic, emotional and erratic group. The essential features of the disorder are instability of self image, instability in interpersonal relationships, instability of mood, identity disturbance over friends, goals and work. These features, when they become a pattern and a pervasive one at that, they make up a disorder. Apart from these features, borderline personality disorder has nine criteria, and one has to have at least five of the nine criteria to be diagnosed with the disorder. The nine criteria are:

- Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment
- Unstable interpersonal relationships, characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation
- Identity disturbance or unstable self-image: most borderlines are extremely sensitive people; their emotion barrier is almost nonexistent. Children or infants have better self-defensive techniques then borderlines.
- Impulsivity that is potentially self-damaging
- Suicidal behavior, and recurrent self-harm
- Chronic feelings of emptiness: most of these symptoms are interlinked and one symptom gives birth to or encourages the other.
- Persistent reactivity of mood: intense episodic dysphoria, which is a long-lasting, profound dissatisfaction with life.
- Inappropriate intense anger
- Transient stress related paranoid ideation or severe dissociative symptoms: it is a sense of being detached from oneself.

Our Upcoming Book

From Delhi to Dholpur: is a dark romantic comedy. It is about a very wealthy and pampered girl from the City who falls in love with a very poor younger boy from the village of dholpur. They meet in the City in a hospital where the boy is a nurse in training. She falls for him and because of that he gets fired and beaten up. Subsequently he disappears and the protagonist Sara vows to find him. When she does find him through great effort she moves to Dholpur village and begins to improve things for the women and children if the village.

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