Borderline personality Disorder family

quote-marks-beginFamilies need to know that they matter. They make an enormous difference in what’s going to happen to their loved one.

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Alan Fruzzetti, PhD
Coping with BPD

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These scenes from A Family Guide to BPD provide an intimate look into the lives of four families who faced and overcame the many challenges of Borderline Personality Disorder.

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Are you searching for information about BPD? If you are, you’re not alone. Millions of people and their loved ones are severely affected by this disorder.

Borderline Personality Disorder Treatments
BPD Treatments

Borderline Personality Disorder is a treatable illness. There are now therapies that have been developed specifically to treat BPD.

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BPD Facts

Borderline Personality Disorder is complex and confusing. Separating fact from myth is critical to understanding this greatly misunderstood disorder.


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VIDEO REVIEWS

Absolutely wonderful. The people in these videos explain what it’s like to have Borderline Personality Disorder better than I ever could.”

Marsha Linehan, PhD Developer of Dialectical Behavior Therapy

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BPD NEWS

22 Things People with BPD want you to stop saying.

Many researchers of borderline personality disorder found that people who have BPD very often have trouble ‘reading’ other people. But people with BPD also state that many of those ‘other people’ simply don’t appreciate or understand what it is like to live with BPD. And that typical comments offered are not helpful at all. In fact they usually make matters worse. Here’s an article about that problem published on the Buzzfeed website... read more
BPD QUOTE OF THE WEEK
For somebody with Borderline Personality Disorder, if the part of the brain that says ‘I’m hurt by that,’ doesn’t then kick in and stop the intensity of that emotion, that emotion becomes overwhelming.”

Antonia New, MD
Researcher/Family Avocate