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Thoughts for Christmas 2019

Thoughts for Christmas 2019

With a loved one who lives with the ups and downs of BPD, Christmas can be a less than happy time, with family who don’t understand the emotions she/he may be feeling at this time …

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BPD Bandannas

BPD Bandannas

From the Australian BPD Foundation … BPD Bandannas!

For human and fur families

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On Loneliness

On Loneliness

Professor Sharon Lawn shares her very personal experience caring for her husband who has significant mental illness and psychosocial disability. 

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Opening – BPD Awareness Week 2019

Opening – BPD Awareness Week 2019

October 1st to 7th 2019 is BPD Awareness Week

Don’t miss the Opening:
Keynote speaker is Professor Anthony Bateman, a world expert on Mentalization and, of course, an expert in BPD!
Tuesday 1st October, 5:30pm

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2019 National BPD Conference – November 14-15

2019 National BPD Conference – November 14-15

Hear Professor Jayashri Kulkarni and a team of lived experience speakers on BPD – Best Practice Deserved

Friday 15th November at the Bayview Eden Melbourne, 6 Queens Road, Albert Park VIC 3004

For people with lived experience, families, friends & clinicians.

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This website is produced by members of the Sanctuary Support Group. We are not mental health professionals nor clinicians.  We are ordinary people who care for someone with BPD. This website is a collection of information that we have found helpful or of interest in the context of our own lived experiences. The content of this website is not a substitute for independent professional advice, diagnosis or treatment.