BPD: Strategies for Working with People Who Have Borderline Personality Disorder

Do you feel manipulated, controlled or lied to?

Do you experience intense, irrational rages?

Do you feel you are walking on eggshells to avoid confrontations or constantly upsetting someone?

If the answer is yes, according to Paul Mason and Randi Kreger’s book “Stop Walking on Eggshells,” then you are interacting with someone that may have borderline personality disorder (BPD).

People compare working or living with someone that has borderline personality disorder to:

Living in a pressure cooker with thin walls and a faulty safety valve.

Living in a perpetual oxymoron. It’s a seemlingly endless host of contradictions.

I feel like I’ve been through the spin cycle on a washing machine. The world is whirling around, and I have no idea which way is up, down or sideways.

In this training, we will explore strategies to more effectively interact with people that have, or demonstrate the traits of, people with borderline personality disorder.

You will learn:

  • What is going on inside a person that has BPD.
  • How to identify and understand BPD behavior.
  • How to set boundaries and communicate with someone that has BPD.