Here are a few blogs written by a variety of people, each on a personal journey or recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder. A glimpse into their experiences might help you as you navigate your own journey.
They say every journey begins with one step, but that first step — committing to change — is a doozy.
The relationship between therapists and individuals seeking BPD treatment is an important one. Beginning a successful relationship with a BPD therapist may seem intimidating, but if you know what you’re looking for, it doesn’t have to be.
The best way to find the program that is right for you is to educate yourself. Here are a few things to consider if you are looking for a Borderline Personality Disorder treatment center for women.
In a recent lecture by Dr. Jerold Kreisman, author of “I Hate You, Don’t Leave Me,” he spoke of how BPD has been perceived and diagnosed over the years, and how that perception and the criteria for diagnosis is changing.
The series is a great way to learn more information about Borderline Personality Disorder and BPD treatment from the comfort of your own home.
If you are a woman dealing with the symptoms of BPD, a women’s treatment center, as opposed to one that is co-ed, might be the best choice for you. Here are just a few of the many reasons why you may prefer a women’s-only BPD treatment center.
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.
In his Personal Effects series, New York-based photographer Lawrence Sumulong attempts to put a face to just some of the many women struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder.
Of the 6 million people diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, nearly 70 percent abuse drugs and alcohol in an attempt to self-medicate.