Problems of borderline personality disorder (borderline personality disorder) include psychological instability, reckless behaviour and strong, yet unstable, interactions with others. Borderline personality disorder (borderline personality disorder) can cause a wide range of conditions, which can be broadly grouped into four major sections. The four parts are: 1. emotional volatility (a psychological name for this is affective dysregulation), 2. disturbed patterns of thinking or perception (psychological terms for these are cognitive or perceptual distortions), 3. impetuous action 4. strong but volatile relations with others. Sentimental volatility of the borderline personality disorder: If you have borderline personality disorder, you may experience a range of quite often intense negative emotions, such as: 1. tempers, 2. sorrow, 3. shame, 4.
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