There are many ways to be supportive to those that we care about that have BPD. One way is to be compassionate and think about how our words and comments are perceived by them. Keep in mind that small events can seem overwhelming to those with BPD. It’s the same for our comments. Some common phrases that everyone says to one another can be deeply hurtful to someone with BPD. …
To Friends and Family
Fiona Kennedy wrote an article titled “How to Be Friends With Someone Who Has Borderline Personality Disorder” for the Huffington Post. It’s more like an open letter
A Reminder That You Are Not Crazy
Risa Sugarman reminds us that having BPD does not also mean “crazy”. Writings like this also remind us that we are not
Short but Sweet Awarding Winning Film
Clinical Psychologist Betsy Usher and the Wright Institute of Los Angeles help reduce the Borderline stigma with their short film “I AM BORDERLINE: Self-Regulation Project”.
An Interview with Jasmin Kim
Jasmin Kim, also known as HW Kim, is a poet, social activist and trauma survivor diagnosed with BPD. In this interview, she talks about her life, views and ways of coping. She said, “For me, it’s validating
Borderline the Film
A documentary film directed by Rebbie Ratner is making it’s way around the film festival circuits. It’s an intimate look into the world of someone diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.