Reviewed Personality Disorders Information Links
(viewing 1 - 5 of 6)BPD World
This is a very rich United Kingdom based website focused on Borderline Personality Disorder and related concerns (depression, self-harm, etc.). There are numerous informational articles, personal stories, interviews and poems, and a well trafficked forum system and chat community. The layout is simple and easy to navigate.
BPD Central is an outstanding, regularly-updated collection of resources for people who care about someone with borderline personality disorder. Resources include warning signs, how to take care of yourself if you're in an abusive relationship, programs and therapies, feedback and more. A consistently reliable resource.
Malignant Self Love - Narcissism Revisited
The Narcissistic Personality Disorder and abusive relationships with narcissists described and analyzed. 82 frequently asked questions (FAQs), excerpts from the archives of the Narcissism Revisited List, essay, journal entries and appendices. While this page is not the most elegant out there, it is chock full of informative and interesting content concerning Narcissism. A worthwhile read.
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Resource Center
A resource center affiliated with New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College that works to provide broad-based support for people diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD), and their families. The center works with patients and their families to identify the best and most appropriate treatment options. The website offers a variety of resources, including information about disorders that often occur simultaneously with borderline personality disorder, descriptions of BPD symptoms and article citations that may be helpful.
This is an education and advocacy organization that provides information on personality disorders and especially regarding borderline personality to families, consumers and providers. They offer referrals to clinicians, treatment programs, self-help groups, BPD Journal, speakers' bureau, professional conferences and advocacy. The website provides information about the organization, basic descriptions of personality disorders, links to research, and local chapter information.