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The Fight Within Us Amanda Wang describes her blog like this: Every life is worth living — but sometimes tragedy happens, chemicals in our brain change, or simply, the daily grind beats us into a less-than-ordinary existence. How do we deal with these obstacles and choose to live through them? I’ll chronicle the quest to find meaning in suffering and share what I’ve learned from those further along the road. And with that, perhaps we’ll discover the fight within us. >
Healing From BPD A comprehensive website created by Debbie Corso who was diagnosed with BPD around 2011 and currently no longer meets the DSM-V criteria for BPD. Complete with BPD information, Debbie’s personal blog, free resources and a chat room designed to put those with BPD together with doctors, social workers and therapists; healingfrombpd.org is committed to helping others overcome BPD and move along on their journey towards recovery and wellness. This is a place to share experiences, support one another, ask/answer questions, share ideas about DBT and connect with new friends.
Hope For BPD Dedicated to helping people who have been diagnosed with BPD to integrate DBT skills into their daily life, Amanda Smith holds a master of social work and provides a blog as well as the option to subscribe to her daily email list. Her subscribers enjoy a daily email with a DBT skill to utilize throughout their day, real world examples of the skill in use, words of encouragement and support. Subscribers have found her emails to be a helpful push in a positive direction and even friends, family members, and loved ones of those with BPD can benefit from her daily words. Health professionals have even taking a liking to Amanda Smith’s positive words and direction. Amanda also loves to interact with the community and is available for phone calls or text messages too!
Make BPD Stigma-Free! Dedicated to ending the stigma that is often attached to BPD, Joyce Savage has created this blog as a place to share her experiences with BPD and provide a safe haven for others. Discussion is welcomed and personalized responses are commonplace at Make BPD Stigma Free. Joyce’s site also provides BPD information from reliable sources and reference pages for additional reading.
Life after BPD After years of struggling, and being offered diagnoses which didn’t quite ‘fit’ the author of “Life with BPD” was eventually diagnosed with ‘Borderline Personality Disorder’. This is a wonderfully written blog that shares her story, struggles, and journey living with BPD.
BPD FFS Sue Sibbald: Borderline Personality Disorder and me Sue Sibbald is from the UK and campaigns for better services for people with BPD, increase BPD awareness, and delivery of psycho-education for people with BPD. She also created #BPDchat on Twitter every Sunday at 9pm BST 4pm EDT.