Stop Holding Your Breath

Practical strategies for engaging with a loved one who invalidates your feelings, blames you for their unhappiness, and won’t let you go

The Workshop Everyone Has Been Begging Me For...

As a therapist specializing in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), I get asked all the time for tools to help my clients navigate their relationship with their loved ones who have BPD patterns.

They ask me, “Why does love have to be so hard?”

Can you relate?

You want to have a happy relationship, but it seems like nothing you do ever makes your loved one (with BPD patterns) happy–not for long anyway. Their reactions can be unpredictable and extremely volatile. You want to set boundaries, but they either steamroll right over them or have a meltdown because their feelings are hurt. It’s exhausting and you may feel at a complete loss.

In this brand new, 3-hour online workshop I share my best insights and advice for addressing these challenges.

You’ll gain insights about what happens for the person with BPD, why it’s so difficult for you to deal with them, and powerful, practical coping skills and strategies.

What you’ll get:

- A greater understanding of your loved one’s disorder

- Tools for calming and grounding yourself

- Relational maps for better understanding the dynamic

- The possibility of finding a buddy for ongoing mutual support

Registration is just $25 and you can attend this workshop live or get the recording

Live Workshop Wednesday, December 13, 2023 5-8 pm Pacific / 8-11 pm Eastern

* Not sure if your loved one has patterns of Borderline Personality Disorder? Take my FREE quiz to find out more:

Wednesday, December 13, 2023

5-8 pm Pacific / 6-8 pm Mountain / 7-10 pm Central / 8-11 pm Eastern


Pamela Rosin, MFT

"I have had several patients complete the group for people who are related to or connected intimately to someone with BPD or narcissism. One patient said to me, 'I've already gotten my entire money's worth after just the first session of the group.'

They felt so validated and their long sense of being isolated and totally alone with their experiences shifted dramatically."

Ben Elitzur MD

Board Certified Psychiatrist

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