Common Conditions Co-existing With Borderline Personality Disorder
The borderline disorder is usually associated with other neuropsychiatric problems. Attention deficit disorder is probably the most common one. Most of these “disorders” are really not illnesses at all, but traits that had advantages in a different time and environment – but they are a serious problem for patients in today’s society and it’s pressures. Successful BPD treatment requires successful treatment of all neuropsych problems. more >>
The most common element of BPD is an exquisite sensitivity to life events that may manifest in periodic loss of control. This loss of control may lead to actions that can be damaging to oneself and other.
Lost in the Mirror: An Inside Look at Borderline Personality Disorder
This book peers into a black and white world of extreme emotions and turbulent relationships. The inhabitants of this world experience their lives from moment to moment, grasping for shreds of identity to connect each fragment of experience to the next.
New Hope for People with Borderline Personality Disorder
This cutting-edge book discusses how modern medicine offers new hope in the battle against BDP including: how psychotherapy can help, new tried-and-true medications (their side effects), alternative and/or complementary therapies, and specific strategies to eliminate self-doubt and boost self-esteem.
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