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 on our own health, both mental and physical.

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– Judy

Article by Kathleen Smith, PhD, published on the Psycom website

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