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How To Cope When Someone You Love Has BPD

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Do you know someone who suffers from BPD, and you are struggling to understand how you can help make things better for them? If someone you love has BPD symptoms such as intense mood swings, fear of abandonment, emotional reactivity, self-harming and self- destructive behaviors, you may feel like you are being dragged into one storm after another, deprived of peace in your life and are left feeling powerless and increasingly hopeless. If your loved one is recovering from complex childhood wounds or Complex PTSD, they probably experience reality differently than you do.

It is helpful to gain some insights into how their world operates, thus make some sense of their behaviors. In everyday situations, you may be feeling hurt or frustrated as

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