If you find you have more ups and downs than those around you, you might find yourself asking whether or not your mood swings are due to Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
You are already facing what probably feels like insurmountable challenges. The last thing you want is to feel like others will not understand what you are going through and will view you differently as a result of your Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis.
While holidays are supposed to be full of peace, love and joy, it rarely works out that way for anyone, particularly if you are struggling with Borderline Personality symptoms.
Getting your body moving can help to alleviate the symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders.
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.
You will need to get past your fear of accepting support and connecting with others so that you can build a relationship with your therapist, who will be the most invaluable ally in your journey to living a life free of BPD symptoms.
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.
If you experience the already stressful symptoms associated with Borderline Personality Disorder, how can you best deal with everyday stress and avoid this trigger?