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Information, inspiration, and support for families afflicted by BPD and other personality disorders.
Daniel S. Lobel Ph.D.
Is your family competitive or cooperative? How to increase cooperation with a few minor changes.
Are you tired of feeling guilty all the time? Free yourself from misplaced guilt.
Does thinking make your head hurt? You need to learn to think more healthily.
Is "selfish" really a bad word?
Do you let people hurt or take advantage of you? Learn how to be close to people without paying too big a price.
Do you push people away while you are trying to be close to them? A different way of expressing yourself will yield a better result.
Do you know someone who lashes out at you without warning and then wonders why you have withdrawn from them? If so, this person may have BPD. Read on to find out why this happens.
Does your husband express his feelings to you in hurtful ways? Learn how to understand and address his feelings without hurtful acting out.
If you are having trouble understanding your partner, you may not be hearing what is not said. Sometimes what is not said is more important than what is.
Find out how personality affects the way we see the world and relate to others. Take this journey with me on "My Side of the Couch."
Daniel S. Lobel, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Katonah, NY, as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry.