Borderline Personality Disorder

The mental illness may affect as many as 6% of Americans, most of them women.

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How Borderline Personality Disorder Affects Relationships

People with BPD fear alienation and abandonment, which can make it difficult to maintain intimate bonds.
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How Is Borderline Personality Disorder Treated?

Borderline personality disorder treatments include dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and other types of psychotherapy.
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11 Signs of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder affects 1.6% of Americans—maybe more. Here's what you should know about this complex and often-misunderstood mental illness.
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Miami Dolphins Star Has Borderline Personality Disorder

Miami Dolphins star Brandon Marshall has revealed that he suffers from borderline personality disorder (BPD), a mental illness marked by intense anger, impulsivity, and turbulent interpersonal relationships.
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Bipolar vs. BPD: How to Tell the Difference

The two mental health conditions are sometimes confused—but treatment depends on which diagnosis a person actually has.
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