A candid look at life with Borderline Personality Disorder and other mental health issues from a peer perspective. This podcast focuses on sharing authentically and hopefully what works, and doesn’t work, for one woman living with and managing BPD. It is not a substitute for professional mental health intervention.
Beyond the Borderline has a new sponsor! COPE NOTES, a mental health text support service!
I’m delighted to announce that Beyond the Borderline has a new sponsor: COPE NOTES! Founded by peer advocate, suicide survivor, speaker and musician Johnny Crowder, COPE NOTES is a research based mental health support tool that brings you daily texts including peer support plus tips, tools and exercises created by mental health professionals, all for under $10 per month. And it’s available internationally. COPE NOTES is anonymous, and you can cancel at any time. To try COPE NOTES use this link: https://copenotes.com/subscribe/?affiliate=Beyond
“A Matter of Laugh or Death” - an interview with suicide prevention advocate Frank King
In this episode I interview stand up comedian, 4 time TedX speaker and suicide prevention advocate Frank King about his history of depression and suicidal ideation, and how he uses humour as a weapon in his suicide prevention advocacy work. TRIGGER WARNING: This episode includes frank discussions of suicide and suicidal ideation. If you are currently suicidal or at risk of self harm in the UK you can call: The Samaritans for free on 116 123, Papyrus (Under 35 year olds) on 0800 068 41 41. Childline (Under 18 year olds) on 0800 1111. If you have seriously harmed yourself please call 999 in the UK. In the US: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255. To find out more about Frank King: http://www.TheMentalHealthComedian.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankkingthemhcomedian TedX Talks on You Tube:
Born to Be Funny https://youtu.be/mugOzr6ItFk
Mental With Benefits https://youtu.be/mCnsHSdAn48
A Matter of Laugh or Death https://youtu.be/IeMg6OFYfU0
Suicide, The Secret of My Success https://youtu.be/3D4m33DXtsI
Beyond the Borderline (Trailer)
All about JEALOUSY and BPD!
Warning! This episode is me rambling a lot. That said I do my best to take on a topic suggested by listeners - Jealousy and BPD. As always I share tips, tools, strategies and real life examples of my own ( as a person with BPD who gets jealous) ... of feeling jealousy and figuring out how deal with it. Books referred to in the episode: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Skills-Training-Handouts-Worksheets-Second/dp/1572307811/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=marsha+linehan&qid=1598219401&sprefix=marsha+&sr=8-2 and https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=high+conflict+couple&sprefix=high+conf&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_9
An interview with suicide:abuse survivor, Prison frontman and Cope Notes founder, Johnny Crowder
This month I bring you an interview with multifaceted mental health advocate Johnny Crowder. Johnny Crowder is a 27-year-old suicide/abuse survivor, touring musician, mental health advocate, and the Founder & CEO of Cope Notes, a text-based mental health resource. Whether speaking at events or on the road with his band, Prison, Johnny's firsthand experience with multiple mental health diagnoses (ranging from bipolar disorder and OCD to schizophrenia) uniquely equips him to provide creative insight into the pains of hardship with levity and wit.
Podcast: copenotes.com/podcast (or wherever you find podcasts)
FB: facebook.com/johnnyxcrowder & facebook.com/copenotes
IG: instagram.com/johnnycrowderlovesyou & instagram.com/copenotes
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/johnnycrowder & linkedin.com/company/copenotes
Headshots (pick your favorite): copenotes.com/headshots
TEDx Talk: copenotes.com/tedx
Explainer Video: copenotes.com/video
Advocacy, creativity and BPD - an interview with mental health blogger Gabby
Gabby is the blogger and author behind Normal is Too Mainstream, a blog devoted to sharing her journey and favourite ways of coping with BPD, anxiety and depression. In this episode I interviewed Gabby about how advocacy and creativity via blogging help her deal with BPD. We also touch on DBT skills, how to help a loved one with BPD, useful books on BPD and more! You don’t want to miss this episode. Resources mentioned: http//www.normalistoomainstream.wordpress.com https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003TXT5MY/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LW8UZVX/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 https://survivingcptsd.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/dbt_skills_training_handouts_and_worksheets_-_linehan_marsha_srg_.pdf https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Loving-Someone-with-Borderline-Personality-Disorder-Audiobook/B017Y8MP8K?source_code=M2M30DFT1BkSH11221601A7&&ipRedirectOverride=true
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This is such a great podcast.I feel so lonely and misunderstood so much of the time but when I’m listening to these episodes not only do I get really helpful onsite and tools but I also somehow feel connected and hopeful.
Aline was a literal lifesaver during a difficult time.
I found this podcast a year ago. I love in a place where DBT is unavailable. I had tried other forms of therapy but quit because they were n’t working . After a month of difficulties with my physical and mental health; I had checked myself into the ER because I was feeling suicidal. After spending 26 hrs. on a rollaway bed in the hall they told me it was going to be another 48hrs. until I could even get a chair in the phych waiting room. They told me that unless I had an immediate plan of action, they were sending me home. Without many options, I decided to take a solo road trip to visit some friends on other states. I wanted to download some podcasts to listen to while I was driving. That’s when I found “Beyond the Borderline”. Not only did Aline help me in my recovery at the time, she has helped me in my continued learning and personal development in dealing my BPD.
helpful, informative, comforting ♡
the host is so knowledgeable and honest, listening to this comforts me in my own mental health healing journey, as well as teaches me viable skills to cope. can’t thank you enough for making this!