Thank you for asking me to provide a letter of support for NEABPD-Israel; I am honored.
Dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder is intimidating for patients and their families; the condition itself is so painful, and finding appropriate, helpful information and support options is very difficult. Some other disorders have more established resources, and are more familiar to medical professionals, but BPD is not yet at that stage. Because of this, the NEABPD-Israel programs and website are vital, filling a major need for patients and their families.
Thank you for the work you are doing, and may Hashem help you to continue to help people directly as well as through your online resources.
The Israeli NEABPD offers a free 1.5 hour consultation to family members and those with Lived Experience of BPD. Please select a slot: https://calendly.com/neabpdil/consultation-meeting
We will be launching three new Hebrew Family Connection groups in February 2023 (April 2022) on Zoom. Space is limited and registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis, so please contact us promptly if you wish to attend one of the sessions and note which one you would prefer.
Please remember that the duration of each meeting is two hours and there will be 12 consecutive meetings. We will start promptly so that we can cover all the material. It is imperative that you commit to attending all the sessions as the material and skills build one upon another.
If you cannot attend because of the time or dates, please let us know, so that we can let you know when future courses open up.
 There is really something you can do to help yourself and your loved ones.
 Think about it. If your loved one was suffering from a physical illness, you probably would have called for help a long time ago. Mental illnesses are physical illnesses often caused by chemical imbalances. They just occur in the brain! So call for help now.
 And don’t worry, confidentiality is assured. You can share as much as you want or as little. You can tell us your name and life story or remain anonymous.
 Though no one can ever really feel your pain, believe it or not, we have experienced some of what you are going through, and we can help!
 So if you are ready, take the first step and give us a call or drop us a line. Please don’t remain alone with your pain!