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Do SSRIs Increase Self-Harm in People with Borderline Personality Disorder?

A recent study examines the relationship between SSRIs and self-harmful behaviors in people diagnosed with BPD and depression.

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The Rejection-Rage Contingency in Borderline Personality Disorder

What is the Rejection-Rage Contingency in Borderline Personality Disorder?

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Enhancing Emotion Regulation through Breathing

Resonance Frequency Paced Breathing trains you how to effectively take a few deep breaths by slowing down the pace of your regular breathing, which can help with the BPD symptom of emotion dysregulation.

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How to Help an Adult Child with BPD

No matter how hopeless it may feel when you have an adult child with Borderline Personality Disorder, remember that there is BPD treatment out there that can help both you and your child get the support you need.

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NEABPD to Hold Los Angeles Fundraiser

The fundraising dinner, hosted by Clearview Treatment Programs Women’s Center for Borderline Personality and Emotional Disorders in Los Angeles, will benefit individuals and families affected by BPD.

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The Connection between Borderline Personality Disorder and Genetics

Studies show increased incidences of Borderline Personality Disorder in people who have relatives — usually first-degree relatives — who also suffer from the disorder.

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Dealing with the Stigma of a Borderline Personality Disorder Diagnosis

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.

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How to Commit to Change when Coping with Borderline Personality Disorder

They say every journey begins with one step, but that first step — committing to change — is a doozy.

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How to Begin a Successful Relationship with a BPD Therapist

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.

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NEA-BPD Announces Fall Call-In Lecture Series

The series is a great way to learn more information about Borderline Personality Disorder and BPD treatment from the comfort of your own home.

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