These 5 Podcast Will Help You Better Understand Your BPD

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Learning about mental disorders can be complex and there will be plenty of resources to turn to. If you've recently been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, you might be one of those people searching for answers to better understand the diagnoses.

We understand it can be frustrating and overwhelming to understand something as complex as mental disorders like BPD, so we've selected a few podcasts that can help better explain what BPD is and provide advice on how to deal with your diagnosis.

Scroll through our list and see which podcasts best benefits you!

Personally Borderline

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Pers, the host, takes you along her journey living with BPD. She shares her story about when she first got diagnosed, helpful resources, reflections, and experiences.

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Let's Talk About Borderline Personality Disorder

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This podcast was created by the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder. The podcasts features interviews by professionals, as wells as helpful tips from different interviewers brought on to the show.

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In Conversation: Talks on BPD and Recovery

Via iTunes

This podcast wants to bring awareness and understanding to BPD. It also explains symptoms and treatments for those living with the disorder.

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The Emotionally Sensitive Person Podcast

Via iTunes

Host Dr. Karyn Hall created this podcast to talk about emotionally sensitive characters and how to deal with overwhelming feelings. In one episode in particular, she talks about the stigma of BPD and explains what BDP really is.

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GAP Call-In Series on Youth, Early Prevention, and Intervention of BPD

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This podcast was also created by the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder, specifically focused for youths with BPD. The podcast shares latest clinical issues and research studies.

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