Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month


May is International Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month. People diagnosed with borderline personality disorder can experience deep distress, often caused by previous trauma. They also often face stigma surrounding a ‘personality disorder’ diagnosis, which can lead to further difficulties in getting the support they need and deserve. The term borderline personality disorder is not one that we like or choose, but it is one that is recognised clinically.

Too many people with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder don’t get the support they need. We’ve brought together a range of information and resources to raise awareness and call for better understanding and support:

Policy documents on personality disorder
Personal stories and podcasts 


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