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Brain Activity Mapped in Borderline Personality Disorder Study

A new study by researchers at the University of Toronto looks at the patterns of brain activity that underlie the intense and unstable emotional experiences associated with BPD.

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Behavior of People with Abandonment Issues

Some people with Borderline Personality Disorder may not even be aware of their abandonment issues, but their behavior will speak for them in most instances. You can learn to recognize many BPD behaviors as being related to abandonment issues.

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Biosocial Theory of BPD: Invalidating Environment

According to the biosocial theory of BPD, this complex disorder is the result of certain biological predispositions which manifest themselves when met with a dysfunctional or invalidating environment.

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4 Ways to Control Your Anger

If you or someone you know has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), you may be familiar with sudden and unexpected outbursts of anger. People with BPD experience all kinds of mood swings, but anger is especially prevalent. We’ll explore what anger is and how to get it under control.

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