The length of time of such episodes will vary from seconds, minutes, hours to the rare days (which is why it is frequently perplexed for Manic depression or Post-traumatic stress Disorder). F) severe vehemence--generally when one becomes emotionally confused we quite often often times respond by lashing out of angriness. However, someone with borderline personality disorder's level of wrath is overblown in lots of ways. 1) either it is validated and so they don't have the need to manage it, 2) they may become perplexed since they are pressured to show emotions and ideas that are unique to them thus they will respond with inconsistent furor, or 3) they may just basically have trouble controlling that vehemence typically. commonly expressed by common or happening again displays, seeming to be angry at a constant, or engaged in altercations often. G) Paranoia--The paranoia skilled by somebody with borderline personality disorder is according to being admitted by others.