Barbara J. White and Edward J. Madara
More Than Conquerors
We've collected a few recommended support organizations for personality disorders. These organizations can send you additional educational materials about this disorder and point you to support groups in your community.
BPD Central (Online) Partners of people with BPD.
Adults over 18 who have a borderline or borderline/narcissistic parent.
Children under 18 who have a BP parent(s). (Parental consent by the unaffected parent, if possible, required to participate. Moderated by a clinician.)
Non abusive parent who have borderline son or daughter or any age.
The only site of its kind for friends and family members affected by the behvavior of someone in their life with BPD. Provides advice and the names of books and internet support groups for:
Online Contact: http://www.BPDCentral.com
Online. Founded 1995. List serv for survivors of satanic ritual abuse, ritual abuse, and mind control, and for persons with multiple personality disorder or dissociative identity disorders. Provides support and information, resources, e-mail pal matching, advocacy, speakers bureau, education, IRC chat room, online newsletter, and two list servs.
Contact: More Than Conquerors, P.O. Box 70, Liberty Lake, WA 99019-0070.
Online Contact: Conquerors@aol.com
This is a disorder for which we have received a significant number of inquiries. Regrettably., we are unaware of any face-to-face self-help support group that has yet been formed. If you learn of any existing group that you would recommend, please advise the American Self-Help Clearinghouse.
This information summarized from the American Self-Help Clearning House's 'Self-Help SourceBook Online', Compiled & edited by Barbara J. White and Edward J. Madara, and published by CenterSite, LLC/Mental Help Net.