Another “inside” perspective, she has some interesting things to say. Specifically she makes visible the inclination of those who suffer from BPD to not take responsibility for their actions, and offers some explanation for the inclination. The talk is technically about splitting, which is the inclination to “paint” people completely good or completely bad, which doesn’t take into account that people are more complex than just good or bad. Her comments on binging give a little more insight on the…
A long but fascinating talk by David Kosson in which he makes differentiation between ASPD and Psychopathy, showing the results on which he bases this conclusion.
An interesting interview style video in which the interviewer is clearly well prepared which makes the interview both flow and easy to understand. Some interesting perspectives on the disorder from the therapist, some of which at first seem to conflict with the way other professionals have explained things but which usually end up simply being a slightly different perspective.
An article outlining the differences and similarities between BPD and NPD. Though BPD and NPD share some common symptoms, they are distinct personality disorders with their own set of diagnostic criteria. Source: Borderline Personality Disorder vs. Narcissistic Personality Disorder Differences
An interesting open, honest point of view from somebody who suffers from BPD.
An alternative perspective (to some of those I have posted here before) but most of what Ross has to say rings true. As an outside perspective the majority of what he says is familiar.
As a form of self preservation, a way of coping with what was going on, a way that would allow that the future might have been in some way normal, by which I mean calm, and stable, I found myself trying to figure out exactly what was going on. I found myself trying to figure out exactly what needed to change. I needed to figure out what I needed to change in my own behavior so that she would feel…
Another very interesting article. A perspective which differs a little from some of the other articles I have posted here. Emotional Vampire did seem right , at least in as far at it seemed to me that she was holding me completely responsible for her emotional state. Not responsible for things I had done, which would be fair enough, but rather more in terms of when she didn’t feel good about herself it was a punishable offense for me not…
An interesting explanation, with examples (albeit exaggerated to some degree to illustrate the point) of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
An interesting, encouraging, article about Borderline Personality Disorder. … and how to find healing for yourself or someone you care about. Source: The Destructive Power of Borderline Personality Disorder | Psychology Today