Helping a family member with addiction can be a difficult and complex process. It's important to remember that you cannot save your loved one, and that ultimately, they are the only ones who can make the decision to seek help and change their behavior. However, there are some steps you can take to support them in their journey towards recovery.
First, it's important to set and maintain healthy boundaries. This means being clear about what behaviors you will and will not tolerate, and sticking to those boundaries even when it's difficult. It's also important to take care of yourself and seek support from others, such as a therapist or support group like Al-Anon.
Encouraging your loved one to seek professional help is also crucial. DBT or dialectical behavior therapy is considered the gold standard for treating borderline personality disorder, and finding a therapist trained in this approach could be very helpful for your sister. However, it's important to remember that your sister must make the decision to seek help on