Borderline Personality Disorder Articles

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is identified by persistent instability, particularly in relationships and in mood. Patients exhibit an intense fear of abandonment, but their intense mood swings and angry outbursts can actually encourage abandonment. They are extremely impulsive, and engage in many self-defeating behaviors, including self-mutilation. The instability in moods, self-image, and behavior frequently family and work life, as well as the individual's sense of self-identity.

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