With 2013 right around the corner, how are you going to better control your Borderline Personality Disorder in the New Year? Here are four ways to get started.
If you’re so depressed you can’t put on your clothes or get off the couch, let alone get dressed up for a holiday party, what do you do?
Recent study looks at depression remission rates for those who also have Borderline Personality Disorder.
The anxiety of the holidays can paralyze you if you suffer from an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia. Here are a few tips to help you navigate this holiday season.
Part of the recovery process for Borderline Personality Disorder is transitioning back into life once you’ve completed your program.
If your family member has trouble regulating his or her emotions, and if those emotions are as erratic as they are intense, you might wonder whether or not he or she has Borderline Personality Disorder.
If you are suffering from depression, just getting out of bed in the morning can be a challenge, let alone taking a step toward recovery from your Borderline Personality Disorder.
Keep in mind that your recovery from Borderline and Personality Disorder and substance abuse is your goal, and your health comes first. Social support can play a big part in that, but should not be a crutch.
Dr. Charles Swenson, an expert in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), discusses the ways in which people deal with unfulfilled expectations.
Here are a few reasons why you should not let fear of losing your creativity stop you from living a life free from the painful symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder.