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Writers Wanted!

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I am looking for writers who are interested in submitting articles on Borderline Personality Disorder for publication on my website and/or in my newsletters. I prefer articles of one to two pages, or about 500-1,000 words. I intend to not only post the articles on the, but to also include them in various publications of interest to people living with bipolar disorder.

I've had conversations with many of you and you've indicate that you would be interested in writing about your experiences. Well, here is your chance!!
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This Week's Borderline Personality Disorder News

The Cutting Truth of Borderline Personality Disorder
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Cutting and other forms of self-mutilation may be hard for many people to understand. People who self-harm are more likely to have an underlying emotional problems, such as Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). According to a study by German researchers, people with BPD may engage in self-injury because they get a sense of emotional relief from physical pain. BPD is a complex set of... Read More

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