Borderline Personality Disorder
People with a borderline personality disorder (BPD) have unstable moods, behaviors, and relationships. They may have difficulty regulating their emotions and thoughts which often lead to unstable behaviors and relationships.
BPD affects 5.9% of adults (about 14 million Americans) at some time in their life. Officially recognized in 1980 by the psychiatric community, there is now more hope than ever through effective treatment and therapies leading to recovery.
If you or a loved one have symptoms of a borderline personality disorder, contact your doctor.
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