Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) : Latest Research Leads To New List Of Main Symptoms

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    Main Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms : Recent research has led to an expansion of the description of the main borderline personality disorder (BPD) symptoms. Following the development of the Sheldern Western Assessment Procedure 200 (an assessment tool which includes 200 questions that aid in the diagnosis of BPD) experts, based on up-to-date research, …

Childhood Trauma: The Statistics

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Is Childhood Trauma Common? The following statistics relate to the UK. However, it should be pointed out that childhood trauma and abuse tend to be under-reported and under-recorded so the figures presented should only be taken as a guide. The statistics were gained by interviews with a large sample of young adults. – a quarter …

Coping Mechanisms for Survivors of Childhood Trauma

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  How Do Survivors Of Child Abuse Cope? There are two main types of coping mechanisms: 1) Those which are helpful in the short-term, but unhealthy in the long-term. 2) Those which are useful in the long-term (but can take more effort and discipline). Examples of the first include: drinking too much, use of illicit …

Stop Blaming Yourself! Childhood Trauma: An Analysis of Blame.

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  When we are children, if someone treats us badly, we attempt to understand why. But in trying to understand, the child’s logic is very often flawed, and s/he falsely deduce s/he is to blame for it. The child’s flawed logic may flow similarly to this: ‘Someone is hurting me…punishment only happens to bad children…that …