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September 14, 2020

Borderline personality disorder is a personality disorder that responds well to psychotherapy or talk therapy treatments.  Borderline involves having major emotional upheavals, and trying not to get abandoned but behaving in ways that instigate abandonment. Borderline personality has to be managed in such a way as to eventually quite possibly dealing with it very well.  But a person can’t be in denial about their borderline status, they have to actually want to get well, using therapy to do it. Sometimes borderline personality disorder helps people wind up in the hospital where they get treatment, and afterwards are released.  People with borderline also have an alcohol problem in addition to their symptoms.  People with borderline often benefit from mood stabilizers. Borderline people need a variety of treatment in order to become remotely functional.

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