Out of the FOG was created by family members and loved ones of people who suffer from various personality disorders. The authors of Out of the FOG are not licensed mental health professionals or affiliated with any licensed medical organization.
The content in Out of the FOG is intended for informational purposes only, and should be treated accordingly. The content is based on our own experiences and is shared in good faith. However, the information contained within should not be used to replace or modify the diagnosis or treatment recommendations of any licensed mental health professional or medical practitioner. Please consult with your doctor, therapist or mental health professional before applying any ideas from Out of the FOG to your own situation.
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Five years ago, a photographer, an engineer, a writer, an office manager, a grandmother, a graphic artist, a law student, a husband, a librarian, and a stained-glass artisan came together to connect a diverse, isolated population in search of information, support, and growth as they strive to cope with a family members, spouses or partners who suffer from a personality disorder. Since its launch on November 1, 2007, Out Of The FOG has grown from a fledgling discussion group with 10 participants, to a vibrant community of over 4000 registered members world-wide, with new members joining every day.
On August 31 2012, the Out of the FOG Support Forum crossed two significant milestones - 100,000 member posts and 10,000 topics. Thanks to all who participate and contribute to the OOTF support board, which is a unique source of support to non-personality-disordered individuals all over the world.