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.
The sense of control that comes with starving yourself, over-exercising, or purging must be understood as a temporary one that can have dire consequences.
Life offers many of these anxiety-inducing occasions. If you find yourself feeling sick and biting your nails at the prospect of an upcoming event, there are ways you can try to ease your anxiety.
Depression, as a common co-occurring disorder with Borderline Personality Disorder, can really fuel and exacerbate the symptoms you experience as a person dealing with BPD, to the point where you might feel lost in a vicious cycle of symptoms and hopelessness.
While it’s not unusual to experience some anxiety when it’s time to go back to school, many returning students find themselves experiencing a more acute form of anxiety. To whatever extreme you are experiencing back-to-school anxiety, here are some tips to help reduce the stress of returning to class.
Of the 6 million people diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, nearly 70 percent abuse drugs and alcohol in an attempt to self-medicate.
A new study found that genetics may play a role when it comes to multi-generational eating disorders.
Bullying in childhood may do more than just emotionally and physically harm your child. A new study in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry suggests that childhood bullying in elementary school may increase a child’s risk of developing Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
To fully recognize a problem exists, a person with Narcissistic Personality Disorder needs to become aware of the symptoms of NPD, and the impact they have on themselves and others. However, with NPD, this isn’t always easy.