An open letter from those with BPD

An open letter from those with BPD

An Open Letter to People who do Not have Borderline Personality Disorder … from Those of Us who Do Click here to watch the Video Transcript: Dear Friends, Family Members, Lovers, Ex-lovers, Coworkers, Children, and others of those of us with Borderline...
Finding peace amongst the turmoil

Finding peace amongst the turmoil

When Your Loved One Has Borderline Personality Disorder – Finding peace amongst the turmoil Families and partners are affected by loving and caring for someone diagnosed with BPD.  We may experience grief, anger, distress ourselves all of which can take a toll...
Ten Essential Limits for Romantic Relationships

Ten Essential Limits for Romantic Relationships

Ten Essential Limits for Romantic Relationships In this article, Randi Kruger talks about what both partners need to do to help their relationship. I would recommend that initially you should not have any expectations of changing the person with BPD or in “making...
August 2019 Sanctuary Meeting – August 13

August 2019 Sanctuary Meeting – August 13

The next Sanctuary meeting will be on Tuesday, August 13, from 4.30 to 6.30pm at Skylight, 5 Cooke Tce, Wayville, South Australia. If you arrive after 5pm, please ring 0410 507 998 and we will let you in via the car park door downstairs. Judy ← Previous post:...
July 2019 Sanctuary Meeting – DVD and Discussion

July 2019 Sanctuary Meeting – DVD and Discussion

At the July Sanctuary meeting, we watched a DVD from the series “If Only We Had Known”, which discusses how having someone in the family diagnosed with BPD affects all the members in the family,- parents, siblings etc. We had an interesting discussion about how it...