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Borderline Personality Disorder

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Do you know someone who's moods often switch from happy to sad, to mad, then back to happy again; all within moments? Are you a person who never seems capable of maintaining a long-term relationship, either platonic or romantic? You are likely dealing with borderline personality disorder. 

To learn more about BPD, or to connect with others who suffer from this affliction, visit the many sites listed below.




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   The Psychiatric Ward Preview Go
This site describes what the Baker Act is and what happens in some types of psychiatric facilities. It also describes how many psych patients are over medicated and, also, different mental illnesses are described.
   Hurt - BPD Journals Preview Go
Living with BPD.
   The PD Reader Preview Go
An exploration of personality disorders in popular culture and real life. Will include book reviews, movie reviews, opinion pieces about public policy relating to PD's, fiction, and other information aimed at helping the public understand what PD's are. Was supermodel Gia Carangi really suffering from BPD?

   The Limbic Region Emotion Central Preview Go
A safe haven for those to come together and be able to talk without fear of discrimination, or the be gawked at by the perpetators of stigmatism. On the web site you may store your poems, view art, read collections of quotes, etc. On the groups, share your thoughts & meet with others like yourself.
   Borderline Personality Disorder Preview Go
A webquest for understanding this disorder, to increase mental health professionals' and society's awareness of the internal horror experienced by people suffering with Borderline Personality Disorder and treatments for their recoveries. Borderlines diagnosed with the disorder represent half of those who suffer. The remainder of the people are those who experience the pain, insanity, and self-doubt that result from being in a relationship with a BPD. This site is also for professionals new in the field of treating BPD as well.

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