HealingFromBPD.org - Borderline Personality Disorder Blog: Do It Yourself DBT - Guest Post by Sue Sibbald

HealingFromBPD.org - Borderline Personality Disorder Blog: Do It Yourself DBT - Guest Post by Sue Sibbald

Borderline Personality Disorder: Big Changes in the DSM-5 | Psychology Today

Borderline Personality Disorder: Big Changes in the DSM-5 | Psychology Today

Boredom... Not what you would typically associate with Borderline Personality Disorder right? Not one of the diagnostic criteria in the DSM IV that's for sure... So how come I think boredom is such...

Boredom and Borderline Personality Disorder

Boredom... Not what you would typically associate with Borderline Personality Disorder right? Not one of the diagnostic criteria in the DSM IV that's for sure... So how come I think boredom is such...

HealingFromBPD.org: The Top 5 Myths About BPD (Guest post by Becky Oberg of HealthyPlace)

HealingFromBPD.org: The Top 5 Myths About BPD (Guest post by Becky Oberg of HealthyPlace)

Chronic Feelings of Emptiness in Borderline Personality Disorder

Chronic Feelings of Emptiness in Borderline Personality Disorder

The DSM-IV criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder lists ‘chronic feelings of emptiness’ as the seventh criterion. This can be described as: These episodes may reflect the individu…

HealingFromBPD.org - Borderline Personality Disorder Blog: A Key to Less Emotional Suffering with BPD

HealingFromBPD.org - Borderline Personality Disorder Blog: A Key to Less Emotional Suffering with BPD

This chart provides a great simple summary of the implications of mental illness.  It's important to note that these items describe what happens in general.  Each mental illness, and each individual experiencing mental illness, is unique.  These symptoms don't apply to every mental illness and every individual.  What this chart does is nicely illustrate how very disruptive mental illness in general can be to someone's very being.

This chart provides a great simple summary of the implications of mental illness. It's important to note that these items describe what happens in general. Each mental illness, and each individual experiencing mental illness, is unique. These symptoms don't apply to every mental illness and every individual. What this chart does is nicely illustrate how very disruptive mental illness in general can be to someone's very being.

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