If you've always wanted to overcome your borderline personality disorder but don't know how to become emotionally stable, then keep reading...
Are you sick and tired of feeling 'flawed' or maybe even worthless?
Have you experienced fear of abandonment at any point in your life?
Do you finally want to say goodbye to unhealthy relationships and self-harming behaviors and discover something which works for you?
If so, then you've come to the right place.
You see, becoming emotionally stable and getting a strong sense of self, doesn't have to be difficult.
Even if you've tried client-centered therapy or other methods which didn't work.
In fact, it could be easier than you think.
A study made by the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia demonstrated that DBT showed differences in impulsivity, suicidality, parasuicidality, and depression compared to client-centered therapy.
Dialectical behavior therapy is a somewhat new research and evidence-based therapy that is recommended by many who are suffering from borderline personality disorder.
It began – and is largely used today – to treat borderline personality patients. It is also helpful in treating patients prone to self-harm, anxiety, depression, and PTSD from sexual trauma.
Here's just a tiny fraction of what you'll discover:
How DBT can treat borderline personality disorder10 powerful DBT techniques you need to know6 simple ways to reduce black and white thinking to avoid emotional instability7 crucial words you should know to ease your mind from distressThe 7 skills that can help you feel better instantly and improve the momentBulletproof ways to enhance positive relationships with othersAnd much, much more
Take a second to imagine how you'll feel once you can regulate your own emotions, and how your family and friends will react when they see the new you.
So even if you feel like you're on a never-ending emotional roller coaster, you can learn how to deal with your emotions and negative thoughts with DBT.