Improving Access to Care for People of Color

Improving Access to Care for People of Color

A recent article published in the online newspaper The Voice, describes the lack of access to mental health service in the UK among Black women, despite research showing that depression and self-harming behaviors are on the rise among these women…

Taking to the Skies For a Friend’s BPD

Taking to the Skies For a Friend’s BPD

A recent article in the UK’s Yorkshire Post tells the story of two young women who have taken up the cause of bringing more attention to their friend’s Borderline Personality Disorder.

Five Personality Traits of BPD That Aren’t Scary

Five Personality Traits of BPD That Aren’t Scary

  By Kate Puim, Contributor themighty.com.uk March 2, 2018 People who have Borderline Personality Disorder manifest many different behavioral traits. Contrary to conventional thinking about BPD, not all of them are necessarily bad. Some in fact are desirable. Kate...
Quite the Kerfuffle

Quite the Kerfuffle

Gobbledegook from the Guardian? An article published in the prestigious British newspaper last week, headlined BPD in the Workplace , rankled a lot of BPD advocates, providers and people who live with the disorder on a daily basis. They let the editors know how they...
Man with BPD Uses Photography as Therapy

Man with BPD Uses Photography as Therapy

Many people who have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder are highly creative. One man- Paul Feeley- lives in Prestwich, UK, and uses photography as a form of therapy. You can read about Paul and see some examples of his work....
Northern Ireland Woman’s BPD: “Suffocating”

Northern Ireland Woman’s BPD: “Suffocating”

“Overwhelming, suffocating and a roller coaster of emotions.” Those are some of the words Felicity McKee from Armagh uses to describe living with a personality disorder. The 25-year-old social anthropology student at Queen’s University received the...