Those with BPD often feel so alone with their fight because it is very hard to explain to others just how painful and consuming these emotions and thoughts can be. But, I can assure you that you are not alone; there are many, many people with BPD struggling with similar thoughts, emotions and behaviours in their day to day life. So, to help you feel less alone in this fight Borderline Support has set up a regular support group meeting in Melbourne.
Our core belief is that it is possible to recover from BPD and by supporting each other we can celebrate our achievements and work through our issues together. Meetings are non-judgemental, supportive and run by peer who recovered from BPD.
Monday 26th January – Managing and Owning the Disorder
Monday 23rd February – Remission and Recovery
Monday 30th March – Understanding and Managing Emotions
Monday 27th April – BPD: Emotions, Thoughts, Decisions, Responsibilities, Consequences
Monday 25th May – Inappropriate/Unrealistic relationships, infatuation/devaluation
Monday 29th June – Abandonment Issues versus the Fear of Being Alone
Monday 27th July – Boundaries: what are they and how to accept other’s boundaries
Monday 31st August – Interpersonal Skills
Monday 28th September – Inner Child
Monday 26th October – Core Values and Core Beliefs
Monday 30th November – Building the New You
CAE – Room B411
253 Flinders Lane
Time: 6pm to 7:30pm
* Places are limited to 18, please only register if you are committed to attending all meetings
* If you are concerned about privacy, please create a Hotmail, gmail or yahoo email account.