The film Borderline will be screened at Greenwich Town Hall on Monday, May 8.
The film is about a woman who has Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis. The first time she tried to kill herself, she was five years old. Now she is 45 and hell-bent on trying to live – most of the time.
She reacts on impulse, attacks, distracts, mediates, offers social commentary, trips over herself, laughs, judges, burns bridges, makes social gaffes, apologizes, loses her cool, philosophizes and remains dogged in her search for recovery.
The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Director/Producer Rebbie Ratner, Susan Buchsbaum and Gina Pulice, LCSW.
The film starts at 7:00pm and discussion will be from 8:30pm until 9:00pm.
This is a free event sponsored by the Southwest Regional Mental Health Board and Silver Hill Hospital for Mental Health Month 2017.
For information on more events go to www.HealthyMindsCT.org
Greenwich Town Hall is located at 101 Field Point Rd in Greenwich.