#BPDChat: A Welcoming Place For Peer Support

#BPDChat: A Welcoming Place For Peer Support

#BPDchat is lively, fast moving and always highly appreciated by that day’s participants. It’s a no-cost, informative and effective and way to help people with BPD get a better handle on their disorder, especially if they can’t access or afford formal BPD treatment services in their area.

#BPDChat: A Peer Support Resource

#BPDChat: A Peer Support Resource

Today will see this year’s last edition of the Twitter-based community #BPDChat , a real time interactive site designed for people who are living and struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder. 

Remembering Perry Hoffman, PhD

Remembering Perry Hoffman, PhD

As a psychologist and mental health advocate Perry Hoffman touched the lives of thousands of people around the world. She especially had an impact on people who have Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or have a close relationship with someone with BPD,

Borderline Personality Disorder: What’s in a Name?

Borderline Personality Disorder: What’s in a Name?

There has long been a ground swell of support to change the name Borderline Personality Disorder. People with the disorder as well as many who treat it have noted that the name is misleading, stigmatizing, and no longer accurately portrays the condition first...
May is BPD Awareness Month – Day 2

May is BPD Awareness Month – Day 2

Today is the second day of May is Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month in the United States.

That important designation was initiated 10 years ago (2008) by the unanimous vote of U.S. House of Representatives. The bill that created it, HR 1005, was enthusiastically supported by the National Education Alliance for Borderline

May is BPD Awareness Month – Day 1

May is BPD Awareness Month – Day 1

May is Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month in the United States. That campaign was initiated 10 years ago (2018) by a unanimous vote of the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill, HR 1005, was enthusiastically supported by patients, families, clinicians, researchers, policymakers and advocates, most