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It is a mental disorder that impacts the way one looks at themselves and others. It causes varied moods and behaviors. The moods and actions seem reasonable to the person experiencing it, but an onlooker sees the distress that it causes the individual. The instability caused by this disorder not only affects one’s daily functioning but also makes it difficult for one to complete school, hold on to a job or even have a stable, long-lasting relationship. People with a borderline personality disorder also have a skewed sense of their own identity.

Symptoms of this Disorder

Thoughts of causing self-harm like cutting oneself

  • Impulsive and self-destructive behavior
  • Fear of abandonment
  • Unstable relationships both personally and at work
  • Sudden bursts of anger
  • Feeling of emptiness
  • Mood swings
  • Difficulty in trusting people

These symptoms vary in intensity and effect depending on the severity of one’s illness. A person may not experience all the symptoms mentioned above. the combination of some of them and this might also vary depending on the situation. The symptoms of one person with a this disorder might be very different from another person with the same Disorder.

How the Disorder starts

Borderline personality disorder can occur due to family history and also in people who have been in a trauma situation. It also occurs in people post the stage of puberty. It usually begins with the onset of adulthood. The condition appears to get worse in young adulthood and may gradually improve with age. One of the most widely used treatments for a disorder is psychotherapy.


If you have borderline personality disorder, don’t let yourself be frustrated. Many people with this Disorder improve with treatment over time and can learn to live a fulfilling life. It involves multiple one-to-one sessions with a counselor or mental health expert. The online mental counselling also helps an individual in regaining their self-identity. Medication is usually not seen as the primary method of treatment. A mental health professional looks into one’s life experiences and symptoms in detail to make a diagnosis.

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