Borderline Personality Disorder

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Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) hinders people’s security, makes interpersonal and interpersonal relationships difficult, worsens the person suffering from the disorder’s life and those around them, effects their affect and self-image, and generally makes a person even more unstable (Davidon et al., 2007). This disorder is a personality disorder which effects the people’s emotions, personality, and daily living including relationships with other and job stability. People with BPD may experience a variation of symptoms including but not limited to: intense contradictory emotions involving sadness, anger, and anxiety, feelings of emptiness, loneliness, and isolations (Biskin & Paris, 2012). This disorder makes it hard for the person with the disorder to maintain relationships since they have tendentious believe that people are either strictly good or bad. Also, they are sensitive to other people’s actions and words and are all over the place with their emotions so those in their life never know which side to expect. (Biskin & Paris, 2012)
Symptoms include metacognition which causes various other clinical issues. These include non-integration between states of mind, a loss of differentiating, and emotional dis-regulation. People with Borderline Personality Disorder have states of mind that are chaotic, disregulated, and non-integrated. Transitions between these states of mind are rapid, and dramatic (Davidon et al., 2007). These effect other aspects of people’s lives.
In most cases Borderline Personality Disorder develops with comorbidity. Often times people cope or self medicate with alcohol, drugs, and food. Eating Disorders, Alcoholism, and other similar mental health issues develop in coax with BPD alo...

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