Anger can be overwhelming and painful. Borderline Personality Disorder expert Debbie Corso of DBT Path shares some skills that can help us cope with anger and rage.
People with the borderline trait of emotional instability feel like they’re at the mercy of their emotions. Debbie Corso of DBT Path shares some skills readers can learn to cope with emotions in a healthier way.
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.
People with Borderline Personality and Narcissistic Personality Disorders can find one another attractive and may actually forge more stable relationships with one another, at times, than they can with people without personality disorders.
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.
Borderline Personality Disorder is usually thought of as a “woman’s” disorder. But men can have BPD, too.
Fear of abandonment can trigger anger and manipulative behavior in people with Borderline Personality Disorder.
How can you stay calm and relaxed while traveling? Dr. Joseph Cilona offers three tips.