There is help for people with Borderline Personality Disorder

Dialectical Behavior Therapy may be the answer for you.

DBT is a form of psychotherapy

designed specifically for BPD individuals experiencing problems such as Intense anger or rage, difficulty managing emotions, unstable and intense relationships, impulsive & reckless behavior, chronic feelings of emptiness, self-harm behaviors (e.g. self-cutting), suicidal urges, thoughts or attempts.

What is DBT like?

Dialectical Behavior Therapy is supportive, cognitive, behavioral, and skill-oriented.

Elements of DBT

The elements of DBT include Individual therapy, skills training group, telephone consultation, and case consultation.

DBT is "evidence based"

DBT has been studied in clinical trials to determine whether or not it is effective. In these trials, DBT produced superior outcomes to "treatment as usual" in several ways.