Tag Archives: BPD Symptoms

4 Ways to Deal with Destructive Paranoia

Paranoia can affect anyone, particularly those who have been diagnosed with or exhibit other symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

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Can Someone With BPD Have a Functioning Relationship?

Falling in love and trying to maintain a relationship with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) can be one of the greatest relationship challenges you can face.

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The Importance of Knowing Your BPD Triggers

Having an understanding of what types of things are the catalysts for the manifestation of symptoms of your Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) can be half the battle.

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4 Good Reasons to Feel Thankful When Struggling With BPD

When you have Borderline Personality Disorder, the world can feel like a pretty scary place. But there are some good reasons to feel thankful, even when struggling with BPD symptoms.

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Does My Family Member Need Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment?

If your family member has trouble regulating his or her emotions, and if those emotions are as erratic as they are intense, you might wonder whether or not he or she has Borderline Personality Disorder.

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Mothers with BPD Symptoms: Effect on Childhood Development

If you’re a mother with BPD symptoms, how will your child be affected?

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Could My Mood Swings Be Borderline Personality Disorder?

If you find you have more ups and downs than those around you, you might find yourself asking whether or not your mood swings are due to Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

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Surviving the Holidays with Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms

While holidays are supposed to be full of peace, love and joy, it rarely works out that way for anyone, particularly if you are struggling with Borderline Personality symptoms.

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Accepting Support When You Have Trouble Connecting with Others

You will need to get past your fear of accepting support and connecting with others so that you can build a relationship with your therapist, who will be the most invaluable ally in your journey to living a life free of BPD symptoms.

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Breaking the Vicious Cycle of BPD and Depression

Depression, as a common co-occurring disorder with Borderline Personality Disorder, can really fuel and exacerbate the symptoms you experience as a person dealing with BPD, to the point where you might feel lost in a vicious cycle of symptoms and hopelessness.

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