"People with borderline deal with it in very different ways, but I would view sexuality as something 'borderline spiritual'. I think it doesn't even necessarily has to involve being with someone. It can just be, getting in touch with yourself, your body and not being afraid of that. It's another way of letting your armour or walls down and it forces you to look at yourself and others. That process might be scary and requires vulnerability. That's where the spiritual aspect comes in, I think. A healthy sexuality will build confidence, a type that doesn't come from the ego. But person to person sexuality is the most intimate form of connection. Perhaps... Not always, but in certain cases."
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