Books for BPD: Introduction
The Borderline Personality Disorder Workbook by Daniel J Fox, PhD is a comprehensive guide to understanding and managing BPD. It’s written for those diagnosed with the disorder, as well as those who care about them or just want to learn more.
The book offers an in-depth look into the causes of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and practical advice on how to cope with it. It’s packed with exercises and strategies designed to help readers gain greater self-awareness, manage their emotions, build healthier relationships, and make positive changes in their lives. This review goes over the chapters, sections and exercises found in The Borderline Personality Workbook—one of the best available books for BPD, as well as Audrey’s thoughts on its effectiveness for treating borderline personality disorder.
All You Need to Know About Helping a Friend with BPD
Having a friend with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can be challenging and difficult, but it’s possible to provide your friend with the support they need. BPD is a serious mental illness that affects how someone interacts with others, manages their emotions and behaves. It’s important to remember that while living with BPD can be incredibly difficult for your friend, there are ways you can help them in their journey of recovery.
In this blog post we will discuss the do’s & don’ts of supporting a friend with BPD. By understanding these tips and tricks you will be able to provide your friend with BPD the best support possible and have a healthy, mutually beneficial friendship.
Trigger Warning: Narcissistic abuse. “Borderline” and “Narcissist” are used as labels for simplicity & SEO purposes but these terms may feel shameful to some – we also can’t armchair diagnose others. Read at your own discretion.
Are you living with BPD and in a difficult relationship with someone you think may be narcissistic? Perhaps they say hurtful things or make comments that make you feel like your feelings and opinions don’t matter. Or, maybe after spending time together, you often find yourself feeling drained or exhausted due to the constant drama and manipulation. If this sounds familiar, then it’s possible that your partner is narcissistic and you’re in a borderline and narcissist relationship.
Being in any type of relationship with someone who has narcissistic traits or NPD can be incredibly challenging – but it’s especially hard if you have borderline personality disorder (BPD). In this blog post, we aim to provide clarity so that those in a potential borderline and narcissist relationship are better equipped to comprehend their dynamic more clearly.
We’ll do that by going over 35 signs you can use to see if you may be in a borderline and narcissist relationship. But first, let’s cover some basics about the BPD and narcissist couple.