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Dialectical Behavior Therapy — Treating Borderline Personality Disorder

Dialectical Behavior Therapy — Treating Borderline Personality Disorder

It seems many professionals who treat disorders are having at least some success with DBT. National newsmagazine committed to enhancing the entire social work profession by exploring its difficult issues, new challenges, and current successes. Source: Dialectical Behavior Therapy — Treating Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) — Out of the FOG

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) — Out of the FOG

A very interesting article. IntroductionBorderline Personality Disorder is a serious condition which is estimated to affect between 1-3% of the general population. Yet, despite being so prevalent, BPD is not commonly known about or understood.People who live in a relationship with a person who suffers from borderline personality disorder often know that something is terribly wrong with the behavior of their family member or loved-one but often do not know what to do about it, or that there is even…

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Five Ethical and Clinical Challenges Psychiatrists May Face When Treating Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder Who Are or May Become Suicidal

Five Ethical and Clinical Challenges Psychiatrists May Face When Treating Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder Who Are or May Become Suicidal

Certainly some things to be handled with care for those who treat patients with BPD. Source: Five Ethical and Clinical Challenges Psychiatrists May Face When Treating Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder Who Are or May Become Suicidal

Familiar Fights – BPD Central

Familiar Fights – BPD Central

Another interesting article about BPD and common behaviors in those who suffer from it. Source: Familiar Fights – BPD Central

Things Borderlines Do

Things Borderlines Do

A Good list of behaviors somebody with BPD may engage in, being aware of these things may be very useful when dealing with somebody with BPD. Recognizing and identifying these behaviors may help in dealing with the individual calmly and with compassion. These are not people who necessarily intend to do harm.

Gaslighting and Distortion Campaigns | Out of the Mire

Gaslighting and Distortion Campaigns | Out of the Mire

A somewhat charged article about gaslighting. Gaslighting is the practice of convincing somebody that what they believe has taken place is untrue. I want to talk about a specific topic–gaslighting.  What is gaslighting? Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse and/or psychological manipulation and intimidation wherein a person, the abus… Source: Gaslighting and Distortion Campaigns | Out of the Mire

Bpd Distortion Campaigns | angiEmedia

Bpd Distortion Campaigns | angiEmedia

A fairly in depth explanation of some of the aspects of Borderline Personality disorder. Source: Bpd Distortion Campaigns | angiEmedia

Personality Disorders and Distortion Campaigns.

Personality Disorders and Distortion Campaigns.

Another very interesting article about Personality disorder and and distortion campaigns.

BPD Distortion Campaigns | angiEmedia

BPD Distortion Campaigns | angiEmedia

Something to be mindful of, BPD and distortion campaigns. Vilification is a real risk when one gets too close to somebody who suffers from BPD. It’s best to point out that despite the BPD sufferer making it quite difficult at times it is critical to show compassion for them. Borderline distortion campaigns use misinformation, lies, and exaggerations to attack a target, often somebody formerly close to the perpetrator. The intent is Source: BPD Distortion Campaigns | angiEmedia

Borderline Personality and Externalized Aggression

Borderline Personality and Externalized Aggression

Another fascinating article, I expect that this article describes more extreme cases of BPD. BPD like other disorders seems to exist on a continuum where some cases are less severe than others. That said, the disorder is in and of itself severe. Source: Borderline Personality and Externalized Aggression

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