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Facing the Facts is a valuable Web site dedicated to those who cope with individuals with Borderline Personality. It offers fresh and practical ways to cope with those who express this difficult to comprehend disorder. Facing the Facts helps us understand those whom we may love, yet who push us away. And it helps us better understand others, and ourselves, as well.
~ Jerold J. Kreisman, MD, author of "I Hate You, Don't Leave Me
If family members feel like they're walking on eggshells, Facing the Facts gives them sturdy, comfortable boots to protect them from those sharp, white edges. This sites founders have assembled the articles, message board, and other resources with great care to help families learn about BPD and get back on their feet and feel good about themselves again!
~ Randi Kreger, author of "The Essential Family Guide", and "Stop Walking on Eggshells"
This outstanding Web site not only facilitates the much needed peer support for partners and family members of Borderlines - Facing the Facts also provides a superior collection of educational material from experts. Comfort and healing are available here.
~ Lynn Melville, author of "Boomerang Love"
I am very impressed with the resources and the supportive atmosphere here at Facing the Facts. It is a valuable resource for the many people trying to navigate a relationship with a parent with BPD.
~ Kimberlee Roth, co-author of Surviving A Borderline Parent
Nothing will empower you more than a greater understanding. Facing the Facts is a great starting gate from which to journey further into the world of taking care of yourself.
~A.J. Mahari, author of "The Legacy of Abandonment in BPD"
There is hope if you are in a BP relationship. Knowledge, support, and a willingness to change are the keys. I recommend beginning your journey with Facing the Facts. I am very impressed with this site. It is a great tool.
~Susan Peabody, author of "Addiction to Love"