Borderline Helpline: Borderline Support
Borderline Disorder (BPD) is a mental health disorder that affects your view of yourself and others. It can create serious difficulties in your daily life. There are self-image problems, challenges in coping with emotions and behavior, and a reoccurring display of unstable relationships. More than 4 million people in America struggle with BPD, who feel scared, isolated, and alone. We are here to tell you that you are not alone.
Coping with or caring for a loved one with BPD can be very difficult, mainly because they tend to exhibit inappropriate anger, impulsiveness, and frequent mood swings, which tend to push others away, even though it may be unintentional. Contacting a borderline helpline for yourself or a loved one can be challenging, but ExtendaTouch is here to help. Many people with this disorder make vast improvements over time with proper treatment. They can go living healthy and fulfilling lives. No matter what side effects or symptoms you are experiencing from BPD, our borderline personality group exists for you to find the support you need and deserve. ExtendaTouch is free for everyone.
ExtendaTouch exists for you to find support anonymously, talk about your personal experiences, listen to others, or share some information and experiences. The ExtendaTouch online support group may be the best place for you to connect and help others, and you make a difference in the lives of caregivers nationwide!
How can ExtendaTouch help me?
The ExtendaTouch support group is made up of unpaid family caregivers across the entire U.S. ExtendaTouch provides online tools for its members to share information and support; perhaps even current news about:
- Avoiding specific triggers
- Common signs of Borderline Personality Disorder
- Maintaining healthy relationships
- Treatment options
- Managing symptoms and side effects
You can feel safe expressing yourself or reading about your most pressing questions about Borderline Personality Disorder. ExtendaTouch is here to assist you in meeting other family caregivers to find information and support through its borderline support group online. ExtendaTouch doesn't provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.