BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER (BPD)

BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER (BPD)

1.Fear of abandonment. Terrified of being abandoned or left alone.
2.Unstable relationship. Tend to have relationships that are intense and short-lived.
3.Unclear or unstable self-image. Sense of self is typically unstable. Sometimes may feel good about yourself, but other times hate yourself, or even view yourself as evil.
4.Impulsive, self-destructive behaviors. Engage in harmful, sensation-seeking behaviors, especially when upset. Impulsively spend money, binge eat, drive recklessly, shoplift, engage in risky sex, or overdo it with drugs or alcohol.
5.Self-Harm. Suicidal behavior includes thinking about suicide, making suicidal gestures or threats, or actually carrying out a suicide attempt.
6.Extreme emotional swings. Unstable emotions and moods, These mood swings are intense, but they tend to pass quickly
7.Chronic feelings of emptiness. Feeling empty, as a hole or a void inside them. At the extreme, feel as “nothing” or “nobody
8.Explosive anger. Struggle with intense anger and a short temper have trouble controlling yourself, throwing things, or becoming completely consumed by rage
9.Feeling suspicious or out of touch with reality