It takes time and practice to understand that the emotions we experience may not be responses to present events, but those in the past.
The fear of abandonment can become an emotional prison. Skills from DBT can help you escape!
Dialectical Behavior Therapy can help regulate emotions and reduce sabotaging behaviors of traits associated with borderline personality disorder.
To find joy is the hardest thing of all. It is harder than all other spiritual tasks…Put all your energy into being happy. — Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
We face adversity, pain, and heartbreak. We also experience triumph, love, and happiness. How can we cope with the ups and downs of life?
Men (and women) with borderline personality disorder can learn to develop relationships, explore their passions, and express and share their experiences in the real world.
Don’t wait until you’re already married to find out that you have different ideas about loyalty and betrayal.
What does it feel like when your soul-mate betrays you?
Studies show that physical activity can help with depression. Should therapists be encouraging their patients to exercise?
Spiritual belief isn’t enough–action is key.