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What are the after effects of borderline personality disorder?

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Dr. Arthur Hoffman
Psychiatry
5 doctors agree

In brief: See below

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Dr. Leonard Lado
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree

In brief: Bpd

Borderline personality disorder (bpd) is a complex mental disorder characterised by mood instability, impulsivity, relationship difficulties and disturbed self-image.
There is a pervasive pattern of emotional instability, impulsive aggression, repeated self-harm and chronic suicidal tendencies often associated with suicide attempts. The combination of anticonvultant and dialectical therapy helps!

In brief: Bpd

Borderline personality disorder (bpd) is a complex mental disorder characterised by mood instability, impulsivity, relationship difficulties and disturbed self-image.
There is a pervasive pattern of emotional instability, impulsive aggression, repeated self-harm and chronic suicidal tendencies often associated with suicide attempts. The combination of anticonvultant and dialectical therapy helps!
Dr. Leonard Lado
Dr. Leonard Lado
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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Borderline

Intense fear of abandonment, being manipulative, impulsivity, a tendency to think of people and things in all good or all bad terms, self mutilating behaviors, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual impulsivity, a profoundly disturb sense of self, and extreme emotional volatility.

In brief: Borderline

Intense fear of abandonment, being manipulative, impulsivity, a tendency to think of people and things in all good or all bad terms, self mutilating behaviors, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual impulsivity, a profoundly disturb sense of self, and extreme emotional volatility.
Dr. Andrew Berry
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Borderline

Chronic depression, poor interpersonal relationships, chronic emptiness, self-injurious acts leading to multiple hospitalizations, all if untreated.

In brief: Borderline

Chronic depression, poor interpersonal relationships, chronic emptiness, self-injurious acts leading to multiple hospitalizations, all if untreated.
Dr. Alan Ali
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