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Borderline personality disorder

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Rachel Bryan

on 30 October 2012

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Transcript of Borderline personality disorder

Presented by: Tanner Goodale
and Rachel Bryan Borderline Personality disorder
B.P.D How is BPD diagnosed? Treatment?? A short video explanation From a personal account what BPD is What is BPD?? Causes of B.P.D? BPD can be extremely hard to diagnose due to the fact that the patients don't believe there is anything wrong with them at all. But threw interviews and discussions done by a trained professional BPD can be diagnosed. Psycotherapy (talk therapy)
Medications including ; antidepressants and anti anxiety medications Bpd is an often serious and misunderstood mental illness characterized by a constant instability in moods, personal relationships, self image and behavior. it is a disorder of emotional irregularity Severely unstable moods, anger outbursts and complete denial of anything wrong with them, No grey areas just black and white. There is no real cause but some study's have shown that BPD can be possibly be hereditary and is often associated with other mental disorders by up to 80% This instability often disrupts family and work, long-term planning and the individual’s sense of self-identity. BPD is just as common as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. One study found that Omega-3 fatty acids helps suppress BPD symptoms.
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