Love and BPD

Love and BPD

With Valentine’s Day upon us, the founder of the BPD advocacy group EmotionsMatter.org writes about the critical role meaningful interpersonal relationships play in the recovery process.

#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.

A BPD Therapist Who Has Been There…

A BPD Therapist Who Has Been There…

Sonia Neale recovered from Borderline Personality Disorder and became a mental health therapist. As a licensed Counsellor Psychotherapist at Aveley Counselling Service in Perth, Australia she now treats people who have BPD.

The Power Of Peer Support

The Power Of Peer Support

In a sobering essay in a recent New York Times, staff writer David Brooks lays out a strategy for helping prevent the ever-increasing number of suicides in the United States.

Helping Hands

Helping Hands

In addition to psychotherapy, medication and hospitalization another effective tool in the treatment of serious mental illness is peer support.

A Very Good BPD Blog… IMHO

A Very Good BPD Blog… IMHO

There are a number of people who write about their BPD experiences on a personal blog. Writing a blog requires a sincere commitment to keeping it up, especially when a number of folks follow it. I just came across this one…