“In the past, I would kind of indulge all these narratives that I created in my head. And when I got diagnosed, and I listened back to this body of work, it almost felt like I was looking at things with clarity, rather than [from] that sort of space of a one-sided narrative. It felt weird because I was able to empathize with myself, which is something that I find quite difficult.”

The Guardians Shaad D’Souza speaks with Australian Musician Odette about living with BPD and how her diagnosis has reframed the narratives of her past work.

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