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Borderline Personality Disorder. What Is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?. BPD is a pattern of: instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, affect, impulsive behavior. They may use behaviors such as: self-mutilation suicidal gestures. .

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what is borderline personality disorder bpd
What Is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?
  • BPD is a pattern of:
    • instability in interpersonal relationships,
    • self-image,
    • affect,
    • impulsive behavior.
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They may use behaviors such as:
    • self-mutilation
    • suicidal gestures.
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At times, a person with BPD will behave in a manner to provoke:
    • anger in another.
    • rejecion
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Some notable symptoms may be:
    • mood that is very reactive to stress in relationships
    • may also undermine himself or herself.
course of illness
Course of Illness.
  • Intense symptoms in young adulthood.
  • In early adulthood, the person experiences serious trouble regulating and tolerating their fluctuations in mood.
treatment
Treatment.
  • Psychotherapy.
  • Medication.
  • Hospitalization
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