Dee explains how Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)–a therapy she used to help her recover from Borderline Personality Disorder–is still useful today in her interpersonal relationships.
Frequent MHT guest blogger, Dee Chan, shares how she struggled with Borderline Personality Disorder for years and then tried a newfound therapy that literally saved her life.
Jordan Raines shares her experience with BPD and young love and how her extreme feelings impacted the relationship.
Being terrified of your feelings is part of the Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) pathology. Now in recovery from BPD, Dee Chan shares her experience with this fear and what she did to overcome it.
Dee Chan shares that though she feels her borderline personality disorder (BPD) is in remission, a triggering event has her going back to therapy for suicide ideation.
Dee Chan’s Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) always made the world feel like a very scary place. So when it came to relationships, she would self-protect with a “get them before they get you” mentality. She realized that if she wanted healthy relationships, she had to learn how to handle disappointment.
Anger is an all-consuming force when coupled with Borderline Personality Disorder. Dee Chan shares how she learned to express her anger and stopped hurting those in her life.