People with borderline personality disorder seem unable or unwilling to accept any sort of "grey area" in their personal life and relationships. For many people with borderline personality disorder, ressponsive relationships (including interactions with professional carers) involve "go away!/please don’t go" states of mind, which is confusing for them and their partners. Sadly, this can frequently cause break-ups. What is borderline personality disorder? Borderline personality disorder is a condition recognized by impetuous actions, mood volatility, and topsy-turvy interactions. A self with a borderline personality disorder quite often life experiences a recurring pattern of disorganisation and fluctuations in self-image, emotional, action and close personal interactions. This can cause important agony or impairment in friendships and employment.
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