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Month: June 2016

Black/White Interpersonal Relationships and Borderline Behavior | Psychology Today

Black/White Interpersonal Relationships and Borderline Behavior | Psychology Today

An interesting article about “Splitting” (The inclination to see things only as “Black and White”), rigidly practiced in BPD. When your borderline splits you black Source: Black/White Interpersonal Relationships and Borderline Behavior | Psychology Today

Causes, eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia

Causes, eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia

A Very Simplified but fairly accurate list, which helps somewhat, but does not go into detail regarding the underlying causes or psychological state. Useful nonetheless. Just ANY eating disorder therapist won’t do. The easiest and most comprehensive search for eating disorder treatment on the Internet. Source: Causes, eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia

Power, Selfhood, and Identity: A Feminist Critique of Borderline Personality Disorder | University of Chicago – SSA

Power, Selfhood, and Identity: A Feminist Critique of Borderline Personality Disorder | University of Chicago – SSA

A Very interesting article. Source: Power, Selfhood, and Identity: A Feminist Critique of Borderline Personality Disorder | University of Chicago – SSA

Personality disorders at the interface of psychiatry and the law: legal use and clinical classification

Personality disorders at the interface of psychiatry and the law: legal use and clinical classification

A very interesting article: The role of personality disorders within the legal arena has been of interest to clinicians since the early days of psychiatry when physicians were called to court in an effort to explain criminal behaviors.1 Clinical and legal interest, as well as fascination of the general public about understanding why people are involved in crime and other behaviors that offend, astound, harm, or frighten, continues to the present day.2-4 Though it is often thought that this understanding…

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Translational Psychiatry – Childhood trauma, midbrain activation and psychotic symptoms in borderline personality disorder

Translational Psychiatry – Childhood trauma, midbrain activation and psychotic symptoms in borderline personality disorder

A very interesting research article. Translational Psychiatry explores the more translational area between the research in neuroscience and conceptually novel treatments Source: Translational Psychiatry – Childhood trauma, midbrain activation and psychotic symptoms in borderline personality disorder

The Frustrating No-Man’s-Land of Borderline Personality Disorder

The Frustrating No-Man’s-Land of Borderline Personality Disorder

A very good article indeed, written in an easy to understand style. An analytical look at BPD without completely disregarding the human element which would go along with reading an article about such a terrible affliction. Source: The Frustrating No-Man’s-Land of Borderline Personality Disorder

The treatment of maladaptive shame in borderline personality disorder: A pilot study of “Opposite Action” (PDF Download Available)

The treatment of maladaptive shame in borderline personality disorder: A pilot study of “Opposite Action” (PDF Download Available)

An interesting article about shame in BPD, to get the full benefit you’ll need to download the E-Book offered by this site. Source: The treatment of maladaptive shame in borderline personality disorder: A pilot study of “Opposite Action” (PDF Download Available)

Borderline Personality Disorder: Profile and Process of Therapy

Borderline Personality Disorder: Profile and Process of Therapy

An interesting article. Source: Borderline Personality Disorder: Profile and Process of Therapy

Sexual Behavior in Borderline Personality

Sexual Behavior in Borderline Personality

An interesting article about the Sexual behavior in BPD. Source: Sexual Behavior in Borderline Personality

The Family Dynamics of Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder | Psychology Today

The Family Dynamics of Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder | Psychology Today

Another very interesting article. Why do some people create havoc in their relationships? Source: The Family Dynamics of Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder | Psychology Today

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