Personality Disorder

Currently, 1.6 percent of the population and 20 percent of psychiatric in-patients suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder or BPD. 

If you or someone you know has this disorder, Borderline Personality Treatment is possible and will often help manage the problem.

Symptoms

A person dealing with BPD will have symptoms including mood swings and an inability to form lasting and productive relationships. They also may have a distorted image of themselves. 

They may exhibit all-or-nothing behavior, and they can sometimes be very impulsive.

Treatment

There are a few different accepted treatments for BPD.

Talk Therapy

Talk therapy allows people with BPD to share their concerns with someone who can help them work through their problems.

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DBT is a therapy that helps you learn tools for stress management and interpersonal skills.

Medication

There are currently no medications for BPD specifically, but there are options to help with the symptoms. These include antidepressants and mood stabilizers.

BPD Behavior Programs Center

If any of these treatments aren’t working or don’t seem to be enough, there are BPD Behavior Programs centers that you can go to for even more help. They specialize in helping people with out-patient or in-patient treatment. 

They can help with minor problems with BPD or help you tackle much more significant issues that you are experiencing.

Borderline Personality Treatment can help you manage symptoms of BPD and live a healthier and happier life.

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