‘Protector’ – By Jade Bryant It essentially shows how both the BPD (left side) and the ASPD (right side) work in coexistence with each other, but that isn’t a bad thing. The ASPD often protects the BPD side when things get too overwhelming, which has brought me back from suicide various times, if i didn’t have that side to me, I really don’t think i’d be here. The arm wrapping around the BPD side shows protection. Though the eyes are different, the BPD has green and blue colours to represent the innocence of feelings to an extent and the most predominant emotions I struggle with in a BPD crises, which are depression, lonliness and helplessness followed by me realizing how I have acted and becoming overly emotional, the pupil of that eye is multicoloured to represent the spectrum of emotion. Whereas the other ASPD eye is red, and orange with striking yellow to signify the most dominant emotions and feelings i get from that side of me, which are confidence, boldness, sometimes coldness and distance, but independence and adaptability. The mouths are different also, on the BPD side to represent shock, and dissociation, a frozen sort of expression, wanting help but not knowing how to ask for it. Whereas the ASPD side is more of a devilish smile because it represents how it can often be sneaky, cunning and manipulative, but also lustful and playful and strong.