I've noticed it seems like we have no shortage of people with BPD. I thought I'd start a support group thread. Share your experiences, vent, and be sure to let us know when you are able to stop yourself from engaging in disordered thinking or behaviors!
DBT Basics: http://dbtselfhelp.com//html/dbt_lessons.html
^ This entire site is quite helpful, especially with their diary section, though I know that some might not like having to record their whole day.
Diary card: http://dbtselfhelp.com//html/diary_card_1.html
How to use (example): http://dbtselfhelp.com//Diary_Card_Examples.pdf
Pocket version of Diary Card: http://dbtselfhelp.com//html/pocket_diary_card.html
Visually focused PDF on DBT basics: http://dbtselfhelp.com//Decider_pdf.pdf
Distorted thinking patterns: https://access.ewu.edu/caps/selfhelp/stressmanage/distortthink
General Information on CBT: https://www.mirecc.va.gov/visn16/docs/therapists_guide_to_brief_cbtmanual.pdf
Remember - with appropriate treatment, 88% of individuals affected with BPD significantly improve! Study source:
Gunderson, J.G., et al. (2011) Ten-year course of borderline personality disorder : psychopathology and function from the Collaborative Longitudinal Personality Disorders study. Archives of General Psychiatry, 68, 827-837.
Any contributions to the resources section would be helpful. I should be more willing to spend another hour googling to make it organized.