BPD-2019-Logo

Disclaimer

The BPD Awareness Week alliance uses its best endeavours to ensure all information contained in this website is accurate at the time of publication. However, information may be amended or deleted without notice. The Alliance does not promise the accuracy of the information.

The use of this information is at risk of the user. The Alliance expressly disclaim any liability to users for loss of any kind arising directly, or indirectly, out of the use of this information.

Contact: bpdawarenessweek@gmail.com for further information

Miles’ lived experience

Miles is 23 years old, lives in SA and identifies as a person in recovery from BPD.   What was your experience of receiving a diagnosis of BPD? It was both positive and negative; positive because I felt like I had an explanation to my experiences and I felt less alone, negative because there is […]

Read More
Nyssa’s lived experience

Nyssa is 30 years old, lives in NSW and identifies as a person living with BPD.   What was your experience of receiving a diagnosis of BPD? At the time of diagnosis it felt very negative. I had never heard of BPD before, I was given very little information about it or ways to manage […]

Read More
Mahlie’s lived experience

Mahlie is 37 years old, lives in NSW and identifies as a person living with BPD.   What was your experience of receiving a diagnosis of BPD? I’d been diagnosed with the alphabet previously and my diagnosis of BPD was positive because the psychiatrist delivered it to me as a suggestion and then I fully […]

Read More
Proudly designed by Kris Murphy, a web designer.
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram