Eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder commonly co-occur with Borderline Personality Disorder. Here is a look at these three eating disorders and their common symptoms.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy seeks to teach people with aggressive tendencies to employ mindfulness techniques in order to prevent aggressive behavior. Through DBT, they learn to tolerate uncomfortable emotions by sitting with them before acting on them.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) aims to teach people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) that anger is a normal emotion that can be experienced without acting on the aggressive impulses that may follow.
For those who are transitioning out of residential or day BPD treatment, or who may not have the time available to dedicate several hours daily to Borderline Personality Disorder treatment, outpatient BPD treatment offers the best way to stay on track with recovery while still juggling other responsibilities.
Borderline Personality Disorder is a condition that has a profound ripple effect, as the conflict in the primary spousal and familial relationships often spreads to all of those friends and relatives surrounding and witnessing the dysfunctional relationship. So how do you cope with the anger that can result?
In conjunction with appropriate Borderline Personality Disorder treatment for your child, there are communication techniques that you can employ with your child with BPD that can make a difference and help restore order in your home. One such technique that will complement the therapeutic process is learning to validate your child.
It can be frustrating, painful, and exhausting to traverse the unpredictable terrain of a relationship with a person who has BPD. In this article, we will attempt to shed some light on what makes people with BPD think and act as they do.
Are you dating a man with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)? While an official diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder is always recommended, here are some signs that your boyfriend might have BPD.
What does it mean to be “mindful”? How can increased mindfulness assist you in overcoming the emotional dysregulation inherent in the experience of having Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?
Living with these devastating feelings every day and having no ability to self-soothe can cause a person with Borderline Personality Disorder to act out in disturbing ways. When their emotions overwhelm them and cause them to feel out of control, they may attempt to control others in unhealthy ways or engage in self-harmful behaviors. For this reason, learning to self-soothe is a crucial skill for anyone in Borderline Personality Disorder treatment to work on.