personality deviationbeing exposed to chronic terror or frustration as a child, 3. being abandoned by one or both parents, 4. growing up with another relatives member who had a stern psychological health situation, for instance bipolar disorder or a drink or drug misuse crisis. A being's relationship with their mom and dad and relatives has a strong influence on how they come to see the world and what they assume about other people. Unanswered dread, wrath and stress from child years can cause a variety of distorted adult thoughts patterns, such as idealising others, anticipating others to be a dad or mum to you, expecting other people to bully you, and conducting as if other people are adults and you are not. 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.