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Tonight’s encouragement: Whether you are “differently abled” due to mental or physical health issues or a combination » you have a rightful place on this planet. You matter. You count. You are here for a reason. Even on the rough days. Even when things don’t make sense. Even when you feel like you don’t have too much to give. You are here today because you are a survivor! As someone said to me today, “We will have ‘good’ and ‘bad’ days — that applies to everyone — but let’s aim for more of the good.” Debbie

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TRIGGER WARNING (TW)
Coping With Distressing, Stress-Induced “Scary” Thoughts (latest post, and yes, I am right now…)
Read it now at: http://www.my-borderline-personality-disorder.com/2014/04/coping-with-distressing-scary-thoughts.html

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Why your #BPD setback is NOT a failure. (with video) Watch now at: http://www.my-borderline-personality-disorder.com/2014/04/bpd-setback-not-failure-recovery-hope.html

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Excellent message today from Amanda of My Dialectical Life on the #DBT skill of Opposite Action. I hope it helps you today! (I subscribe and receive this type of message daily from Amanda.) Happy Sunday. Hope you’re doing well. Debbie

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Nice reminder for all of us today…

Nice reminder for all of us today…

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HealingFromBPD.org: One Way Ticket Out of Freakoutville: Noticing & Describing (DBT)

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» Using Your Wise Mind To Understand Your Fear Of Abandonment - Therapy Soup

» Using Your Wise Mind To Understand Your Fear of Abandonment.. Part 3 of my recent interview with Therapy Soup. Let me know what you think!  Read now at: http://blogs.psychcentral.com/therapy-soup/2014/04/using-your-wise-mind-to-understand-your-fear-of-abandonment/#.U0LtE8S7RXA.twitter

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STARTS TOMORROW!

Hello Everyone — we have an online support group starting tomorrow  for those loved ones who want support around issues that sometimes come up when in relationship with a sufferer of BPD or other Emotion Regulation issues. (This is open to parents, children, partners, colleagues — anyone).   Just in case you know someone who might be interested, here’s the information…    Dear Loved Ones of Those With BPD and Other Emotion Regulation Issues,DBT Path will be offering an online weekly drop-in support group for you.  You will be able to call in to the meeting or attend online using ear buds and speaking into your device’s microphone. There is also the option to type into the chat box.We will talk about the issues important to you and your role in your loved one’s life.  You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions of our licensed therapist Alicia Paz and our peer in recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder, Debbie Corso, in a safe, supportive, private environment.This group is open to parents, partners, children, colleagues, and anyone who has a close relationship with a sufferer. This group is to support, encourage, and empower YOU and help you to potentially relate better to your loved one.The cost is $25 a month, and you may attend as many of the groups each month as you’d like.  Group will be on Mondays at 3:30 pm Pacific /  6:30 pm Eastern / 11:30 pm UK starting April 7th (this coming Monday!) for 75 minutes each week.To sign up, please click HERE now:Within 24 hours of payment, you will receive an email with a registration form link.  Please let us know if you have any questions, and see you in group this Friday!

STARTS TOMORROW!

Hello Everyone — we have an online support group starting tomorrow  for those loved ones who want support around issues that sometimes come up when in relationship with a sufferer of BPD or other Emotion Regulation issues. (This is open to parents, children, partners, colleagues — anyone).   Just in case you know someone who might be interested, here’s the information…    

Dear Loved Ones of Those With BPD and Other Emotion Regulation Issues,

DBT Path will be offering an online weekly drop-in support group for you.  You will be able to call in to the meeting or attend online using ear buds and speaking into your device’s microphone. There is also the option to type into the chat box.

We will talk about the issues important to you and your role in your loved one’s life.  You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions of our licensed therapist Alicia Paz and our peer in recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder, Debbie Corso, in a safe, supportive, private environment.

This group is open to parents, partners, children, colleagues, and anyone who has a close relationship with a sufferer. This group is to support, encourage, and empower YOU and help you to potentially relate better to your loved one.

The cost is $25 a month, and you may attend as many of the groups each month as you’d like.  

Group will be on Mondays at 3:30 pm Pacific /  6:30 pm Eastern / 11:30 pm UK starting April 7th (this coming Monday!) for 75 minutes each week.

To sign up, please click HERE now:


Within 24 hours of payment, you will receive an email with a registration form link.  Please let us know if you have any questions, and see you in group this Friday!

Source: dbtpath
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dbtpath:

Romina from Mexico shares in English and Spanish a letter to her former self. Romina is working hard to overcome Borderline Perosnality Disorder. #BPD #BorderlinePersonalityDisorder http://www.onlinedbtclasses.com/2014/04/letter-to-former-self-BPD-healing-dbt-path-spanish.html

Source: dbtpath
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Fear of Abandonment and Rejection is one of the most troubling symptoms of #BorderlinePersonalityDisorder and among the most distressing of #BPD traits.  People may accuse your behaviors in response to this fear as “manipulative,” but I have a different take on this… Read on, and let me know if you can relate and what you think.  Read at: http://blogs.psychcentral.com/therapy-soup/2014/04/help-for-borderline-traits-fear-of-abandonment-rejection/