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Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

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Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)i is defined by a number of characteristics including an unstable sense of identity, an strong fear of being abandoned or rejected Most people have some fear of being rejected or abandoned, at times feel unsure of how they are, and find their mood can swing surprisingly quickly - in BPD these issues are just more severe and you find it more difficult to cope with your ' emotions. People with BPD have generaly had very difficult experiences when they were children and typically never learnt to feel that they were loveable, acceptable or wanted or that other people could be trusted to meet their needs in a safe way. It is important to note, the borderline ‘traits’ are often present without meeting criteria for a full disorder. This means, for example, that you may have a strong fear of being abandoned or rejected but may not self harm or feel suicidal.

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