May is marked internationally as a moment to raise awareness for mental health. Whether it lasts a week or a complete month, let’s put on the table some of the topics we must not forget.
March 8th is marked internationally as Women’s Day, it is not a day to celebrate the delicate beauty of women but to reflect on the struggles we still face to access rights as a vulnerable group despite being a majority in the planet.
by Ana Montana You’ve probably heard about ‘black and white thinking’ in Borderline Personality Disorder. It’s one of the typical… Read more What Exactly Does ‘Splitting’ Mean?
by Ana Montana Helping a friend or loved one with mental health issues is not always easy. It is proven… Read more Friendship With Someone With BPD
By Ariel My best friend, Mariana, was diagnosed with BPD a couple of years ago. Somehow, when she told me… Read more Thank you note to the diverse minds
by Arturo As a 50-year-old husband, father and working man I was feeling in control of my job, my marriage… Read more Look Closer…
by Ana Montana The idea that someone would intentionally physically hurt themselves is something that most people find difficult to… Read more The Truth About Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
By Olivia It has been very difficult for me to be aware at all times that my sister has borderline… Read more My Sister
By Fabiola A friend of mine has borderline personality disorder. … Read more Digital Media & Stigma
By Daniella So, the most honest thing I can do in order to start writing these lines is recognising that… Read more The Mind In The Mirror
By Andy One of my best friends in the world, someone I would do anything for, asked me to write… Read more Friends with a Collie
by Carla Well. What can I say? Yes, being related to someone with Borderline Personality is not an easy ride. Like their… Read more The Rollercoaster Of Loving Someone With BPD
by Ana Montana Dichotomous Thinking, also known as ¨black and white thinking¨ is a common symptom in many mental illnesses,… Read more Borderline Thinking