Know someone with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)? Struggling with it yourself?
On Wednesday, October 3rd, bestselling author and BPD expert Randi Kreger will teach essential skills to family members of people with Borderline Personality Disorder in an interactive workshop. The workshop, part of the Clearview Women’s Center (a premier treatment center for Borderline Personality Disorder) Consumer Lecture Series, is a free event open to the public.
Kreger is best known for her book (with Paul Mason) Stop Walking on Eggshells, which has sold more than 500,000 copies in eight languages.
“BPD causes those who have it to see people and situations as all good or all bad, to have extreme blink-of-an-eye mood swings, and to fly into rages, be overly blaming, or even threaten suicide. This chaos leaves family members feeling helpless and hopeless, eternally frustrated and confused,” says Kreger.
“This fun and informative workshop aims to change all that. I will go over five groundbreaking steps, a clear-cut system of coping strategies, for family members to organize their thinking, minimize conflict, and stop walking on eggshells for good.”
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