Tag Archives: Borderline Personality Disorder

BPD Sufferers Need To Be ‘Held’ According To Theory

Buie And Adler :

Buie and Adler propose that the pathology displayed by sufferers of borderline personality disorder (BPD) such as instability, uncontrolled rage and anger, can be attributed, primarily, to early dysfunction in the relationship between the individual Read the rest

What Are The Differences Between BPD And Complex PTSD? A Study

 

 

Because there is considerable overlap in symptoms between those suffering from borderline personality disorder (BPD) and those suffering from complex posttraumatic disorder (complex PTSD), those with the latter condition can be misdiagnosed as suffering from the former condition.Read the rest

BPD Sufferers May Have Subtle Learning Difficulties

 

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) And Learning Difficulties :

Research suggests that individuals who suffer from borderline personality disorder (BPD) may have mild to moderate dysfunctions in certain areas of cognitive processing, in particular in the area of learning and Read the rest

BPD And Genetics : Does BPD Run In Families?

 

DOES BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER RUN IN FAMILIES?

The short answer is yes.

If a first degree relative (such as our mother or father) has BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder), our chances of developing the disorder are about 1,000% greater than Read the rest

Brain Areas That May Be Adversely Affected By Childhood Trauma

 

 

 

If we have been unfortunate enough to have been subjected to severe and chronic childhood trauma, it is possible that this adversely affected how our brain physically developed during our early life.

And, if we have been Read the rest

Nine Key Recovery Targets For BPD Sufferers

We have already seen from other articles published on this site that those of us who suffered severe childhood trauma are at much increased risk of developing borderline personality disorder (BPD) as adults than average.

We have also examined the Read the rest

Borderline Personality Disorder And Low Self-Esteem.

We come to form our beliefs, including those about ourselves, through our life experiences. Of course, the beliefs we hold because of what has happened to us in life can be very inaccurate.

Experiences that we have early in life Read the rest