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WantDignity"The one word that works for MDJunction is "Togetherness". I have Borderline Personality Disorder plus I am a Self-Injury addict. The groups have helped me because everyone with the same problems come together to hold each other up through the hard times. Much gratitude to MDJunction." (WantDignity)

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