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         Borderline Personality Disorder:     more books (100)
  1. The Buddha & The Borderline: My Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder Through Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Buddhism, & Online Dating by Kiera Van Gelder, 2010-08
  2. Borderline Personality Disorder: A Clinical Guide by John G. Gunderson, Paul S. Links, 2008-04-25
  3. Understanding and Treating Borderline Personality Disorder: A Guide for Professionals and Families
  4. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder by Marsha Linehan, 1993-05-14
  5. Borderline Personality Disorder (The Facts) by Roy Krawitz, Wendy Jackson, 2008-04-07
  6. Understanding your Borderline Personality Disorder: A Workbook (The Wiley Series in Psychoeducation?) by Chris Healy, 2008-12-22
  7. Borderline Personality Disorder by John G. Gunderson, 1984-11
  8. On Knife's Edge: A Young Girl's Journey Through Borderline Personality Disorder by Michelle Karpus, 2010-07-28
  9. Breaking Free from Boomerang Love: Getting Unhooked from Borderline Personality Disorder Relationships by Lynn Melville, 2004-09-01
  10. Borderline Personality Disorder: A Therapist's Guide to Taking Control by Arthur Freeman, Gina M. Fusco, 2003-11-01
  11. Schema Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder by Arnoud Arntz, Hannie van Genderen, 2009-05-26
  12. Role of Sexual Abuse in Etiology of Borderline Personality Disorder
  13. Eclipses: Behind the Borderline Personality Disorder by Melissa F. Thornton, 1997-11
  14. The Stop Walking on Eggshells Workbook: Practical Strategies for Living With Someone Who Has Borderline Personality Disorder by Randi Kreger, James Paul Shirley, 2002-08

21. What Is Borderline Personality Disorder?
What is borderline personality disorder (BPD)? Being a borderline feelslike eternal hell. Nothing less. Pain, anger, confusion, hurt
What is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?
Being a borderline feels like eternal hell. Nothing less. Pain, anger, confusion, hurt, never knowing how I'm gonna feel from one minute to the next. Hurting because I hurt those who I love. Feeling misunderstood. Analyzing everything . Nothing gives me pleasure. Once in a great while I will get "too happy" and then anxious because of that. Then I self-medicate with alcohol. Then I physically hurt myself. Then I feel guilty because of that. Shame. Wanting to die but not being able to kill myself because I'd feel too much guilt for those I'd hurt, and then feeling angry about that so I cut myself or O.D. to make all the feelings go away. Stress A woman who has BPD Therapists use a book called "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual" (DSM) to make mental health diagnoses. They've outlined nine traits that borderlines seem to have in common; the presence of five or more of them may indicate BPD. However, please note the following:
  • Everyone has all these traits to a certain extent. Especially teenagers. These traits must be long-standing (lasting years) and persistent. And they must be intense Be very careful about diagnosing yourself or others. In fact, don't do it. Top researchers guide patients through several days of testing before they make a diagnosis.

22. Borderline Personality Disorder In New Zealand
Website for the BPD Network of NZ dedicated to self help and mutual aid.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Personality Borderline......This site has been superceded by Thanks to the 12000+ peoplewho visited over the two years this site existed. Good luck
This site has been superceded by Thanks to the 12000+ people who visited over the two years this site
existed. Good luck to Mandy who runs the new (and far better) website. You're about to be redirected there - see ya!

23. About Borderline Personality Disorder...
An inside view of borderline personality disorder and selfharm, written by someone with these problems.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Personality Borderline......All about borderline personality disorder borderline personality disorder isvery complicated and slightly different for all those who suffer from it.
All about Borderline Personality Disorder...
*Sigh*.....Where to begin....How to start....
Borderline Personality Disorder is very complicated and slightly different for all those who suffer from it. That's why I will tell you about my own experiences and feelings as a borderliner.
I'll first explain the general symptoms followed/mixed with my thoughts on it.
If you want to use my site for something, please contact me first, thanks!
Voor de Nederlandse versie: NL borderline pagina
Warning: This may contain outbursts of emotion, swear words or graphic descriptions of certain acts!
* Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment... Yes, though not always 'frantic', but it is like this (for me), it is very hard to be alone, paranoid thoughts enter my mind about all people I know and love (they only pretend they like me so they can use me, they are gonna leave me eventually, etc.), but at the same time, I can't stand to be around people for a long's those permanent contradictory feelings that sometimes make me wanna rant and rave and trash everything around me!!!
I try not to let people get too close to me, because when they leave you you end up hurt.

24. Borderline Personality Disorder: Description, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms, Treatm
, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms,Treatments and Medications. borderline personality disorder. Description.......borderline personality disorder

25. Borderline Personality Disorder
borderline personality disorder. 1 Swartz M, Blazer D, George L, Winfield I. Estimatingthe prevalence of borderline personality disorder in the community.

26. Borderline Personality Disorder Chatroom
The only chatroom on the Internet for people with borderline personality disorder. Group is moderated.Category Health Mental Health Borderline Support Groups......borderline personality disorder Chatroom. Brand New JAVA Interface!We bought the JAVA Applet so all you need to chat is to type
Borderline Personality Disorder Chatroom
Brand New JAVA Interface!
We bought the JAVA Applet so all you need to chat is to type in a nickname and click "Connect Now." To Chat, Click HERE
This chat room is designed for those who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder as well as those who suffer from borderline traits. This a support channel.
We are now able to kick and ban disruptive people. Those with a ""@ in front of their names are Operators (Ops) who moderate the room and make it safe for everyone.
For those already familier with IRC chat, the server is Starchat; the name of the room is #bpdtoday . You can use more robust clients such as Mirc or Pirch
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27. My Personal Borderline Personality Disorder Story
All about borderline personality disorder and includes a personal borderline story. Includes Social Category Health Mental Health Disorders Personality Borderline......This page is all about borderline personality disorder and includes my PersonalBorderline Story about how it is to live with borderline personality disorder
This page is all about Borderline Personality Disorder and includes my
Personal Borderline Story about how it is to live with Borderline Personality Disorder
The core disorder in BPD is emotional dysregulation. Emotional dysregulation is viewed as a joint outcome of biological disposition, environmental context, and the transaction between the two during development. The theory asserts that borderline individuals have difficulties in regulating several, if not all, emotions. This systemic dysregulation is produced by emotional vulnerability and by maladaptive and inadequate emotion modulation strategies. From: Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder. By Marsha Linehan. 1993
The symptoms of borderline patients are similar to those for which most people seek psychiatric help: depression, mood swings, the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol as a means of trying to feel better; obsessions, phobias, feelings of emptiness and loneliness, inability to tolerate being alone, problems about eating.
The one word that best characterizes borderline personality is "instability." Their emotions are unstable, fluctuating wildly for no discernible reason. Their thinking is unstablerational and clear at times, quite psychotic at other times. Their behavior is unstable, often with periods of excellent conduct, high efficiency and trustworthiness alternating with outbreaks of babyishness, suddenly quitting a job, withdrawing into isolation, failing.

28. Life At The Border: Borderline Personality Disorder
Dr. Leland Heller. Review of a book that explains borderline personality disorder as a medical disorder Category Shopping Publications Disorders Personality......Understanding and Recovering from the borderline personality disorder Life at the Border, Understanding and Recovering from the
Understanding and Recovering from the Borderline Personality Disorder
Life at the Border, Understanding and Recovering from the Borderline Personality Disorder " by Leland Heller M.D., is a reference book at the NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health) and was placed on their recommended reading list. Dr. Heller indicates in his book " Life at the Border ," that borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a medical disorder and that the "right medications in the right sequence, combined with the right therapy and brain retraining works for those who want it.'
Leland M. Heller, M.D. Finally there is a book that offers hope in recovering from the BPD. "The evidence suggests that this disorder is medical/neurological with psychological ramifications. The approach developed by Dr. Heller has been remarkably helpful with borderline patients... With the introduction of effective medications, psychotherapy time is shortened significantly, and the opportunities for therapeutic success are greatly enhanced. Patients and their families can live a more peaceful existence as the borderline goes through recovery."
Rosanna Hanley, Ph.D.

29. Dual Diagnosis And The Borderline Personality Disorder
Dual Diagnosis and the borderline personality disorder. Table of Contents. ClusterB The borderline personality disorder (BPD). Essential Feature.
The Dual Diagnosis Pages: "From Our Desk"
Article posted 25 March, 2000
Dual Diagnosis and the Borderline Personality Disorder Table of Contents
  • The Borderline Personality Disorder Treating the The Borderline Personality Disorder Dual Diagnosis Treatment: Treating the Addicted Borderline Personality Disorder
  • For references, see the Bibliography page Cluster B:
    The Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Essential Feature The essential feature of the Borderline Personality Disorder is a pervasive pattern of unstable interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affect. There is marked impulsivity that begins by early adulthood (DSM-IV™, 1994, p. 650). The ICD-10 refers to BPD as the Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder which is characterized by impulsivity, unpredictable moods, outbursts of emotion, behavioral explosions, quarrelsome behavior, and conflicts with others. The ICD-10 divides this category into two types: the impulsive type (characterized by emotional instability and lack of impulse control) and the borderline type (characterized by disturbances of self-image, aims, and internal preferences; chronic feelings of emptiness; intense and unstable interpersonal relationships; and self-destructive behavior) (ICD-10, 1994, p. 228). Benjamin notes that individuals with BPD often suffer from thought disorders, affective disorders, dissociative disorders, alcohol and substance abuse, eating disorders, and anxiety disorders. She suggests that with BPD, everything that can go wrong has gone wrong. BPD involves disorder in every domain of function: cognition, mood, and behavior (Benjamin, 1993, p. 113).

    30. Borderline Personality Disorder And The Serial Bully
    Read this. borderline personality disorder and the serial bully. If you believe BorderlinePersonality Disorder may be relevant, see http//
    Constant criticism, nit-picking, no empathy, control freak, charm, manipulation, walking on eggshells? Read this
    Borderline Personality Disorder
    and the serial bully
    Some visitors to Bully OnLine have suggested that the bullies in their lives exhibit characteristics of Borderline Personality Disorder. The main symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder are:
  • Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment. A pattern of unstable and intense interpersonal relationships characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation (called "splitting"). Identity disturbance: markedly and persistently unstable self-image or sense of self. Impulsivity in at least two areas that are potentially self-damaging (eg spending, sex, substance abuse, reckless driving, binge eating). Recurrent suicidal behaviour, gestures, or threats, or self-mutilating behaviour. Affective instability due to a marked reactivity of mood (e.g., intense episodic dysphoria, irritability, or anxiety usually lasting a few hours and only rarely more than a few days). Chronic feelings of emptiness.
  • 31. Borderline Personality Disorder
    borderline personality disorder. borderline personality disorder. BorderlinePersonality the term. What causes borderline personality disorder?
    Borderline Personality Disorder
    Borderline Personality Disorder
    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is one of the most controversial diagnoses in psychology today. Since it was first introduced in the DSM, psychologists and psychiatrists have been trying to give the somewhat amorphous concepts behind BPD a concrete form. Kernberg's explication of what he calls Borderline Personality Organization is the most general, while Gunderson, though a psychoanalyst, is considered by many to have taken the most scientific approach to defining BPD. The Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines and the DIB-Revised were developed from research done by Gunderson, Kolb, and Zanarini. Finally, there is the "official" DSM-IV definition. Some researchers, like Judith Herman, believe that BPD is a name given to a particular manifestation of post-traumatic stress disorder: in Trauma and Recovery, she theorizes that when PTSD takes a form that emphasizes heavily its elements of identity and relationship disturbance, it gets called BPD; when the somatic (body) elements are emphasized, it gets called hysteria, and when the dissociative / deformation of consciousness elements are the focus, it gets called DID/MPD. Others believe that the term "borderline personality" has been so misunderstood and misused that trying to refine it is pointless and suggest instead simply scrapping the term. What causes Borderline Personality Disorder?

    32. PDRhealth - Error
    borderline personality disorder Welcome. People with Borderline remarkablysimilar symptoms. Kathi Stringer and borderline personality disorder,
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    33. An Equifinality Model Of Borderline Personality Disorder
    An Equifinality Model of borderline personality disorder. Borderline personalitydisorder (BPD) affects as many as six million Americans.
    An Equifinality Model of Borderline Personality Disorder by Joseph Santoro, Ph.D., Michael Tisbe, M.D, Michael Katsarakes
    Supervised Lifestyles Behavioral Heath Systems

    Borderline personality disorder (BPD) affects as many as six million Americans. It accounts for about 25% of all psychiatric hospitalizations. As many as thirteen percent of males and seven percent of females commit suicide (Stone, 1990). Approximately, 69% of people with BPD are also substance abusers (Miller et al., 1993). The causes of BPD are not well understood. Therapist folklore often labels people with BPD as difficult and treatment-resistant patients. This article outlines a clinical model of BPD. The model is based upon the clinical practice of the authors and the research literature concerning the correlates of BPD. The model identifies the roles played by traumatic environmental conditioning, its effect on neurobiological processes, and biological vulnerabilities in the development of BPD. In this regard, the model postulates two factors which can lead, singly or in combination with equifinality, to BPD: early childhood Psychotraumatic Stress (PTS) exposure (Factor I) and Biologic Vulnerability (BV) (Factor II). Equifinality is a systems theory concept (Miller, 1978) which means "that a final state of any living system [borderline personality disorder] may be reached from different initial conditions [Factor I, Factor II or both] and in different ways [antecedent or consequent biological and family system dysfunction]." The bracketed illustrations were added by us.

    34. National Education Alliance For Borderline Personality Disorder Homepage
    National Eductional Alliance for borderline personality disorder (NEABPD) Website. Diagnosingborderline personality disorder What on earth is that?
    To raise public awareness, provide education, and promote research on borderline personality disorder to enhance the quality of life of those affected by this serious mental illness. GOALS:
    Host annual national conference
    Sponsor regional family centers
    Provide family education programs
    Promote workshops
    Conduct family research
    Publish educational materials
    Produce information video-tapes
    The organization is open to all who support its goals and help is welcome. For the October 2003 FAMILY PERSPECTIVES Conference! 2/27/03 - All conferences, workshops and files deemed outdated will not be deleted from the site. Instead, they will be available through the new "archive" section ( see button on sidebar). Diagnosing Borderline Personality Disorder: What on earth is that? A one-day workshop for professionals, family members, and consumers May 2003 Richmond, VA

    35. Borderline Personality -
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    37. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
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    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is characterized by impulsivity and instability in mood, self-image, and personal relationships. It is fairly common and is diagnosed more often in females than males. What are the symptoms of BPD?
    Individuals with BPD have several of the following symptoms:
    • marked mood swings with periods of intense depression, irritability, and/or anxiety lasting a few hours to a few days;
    • inappropriate, intense, or uncontrolled anger;
    • impulsiveness in spending, sex, substance use, shoplifting, reckless driving, or binge eating;
    • recurring suicidal threats or self-injurious behavior;
    • unstable, intense personal relationships with extreme, black and white views of people and experiences, sometimes alternating between "all good" idealization and "all bad" devaluation;
    • marked, persistent uncertainty about self-image, long term goals, friendships, and values;
    • chronic boredom or feelings of emptiness; and
  • 38. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) - Spanish
    W. Cowdry, MD Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 488 (Suppl), August 1987.
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    Trastorno de la personalidad fronterizo
    El Trastorno de la personalidad fronterizo se caracteriza por impulsividad y la inestabilidad anímica, de la imagen propia de la persona y de las relaciones. Este trastorno es muy común y se diagnostica con más frecuencia en mujeres que en hombres. ¿Cuáles son los síntomas del trastorno de personalidad fronterizo?
    Las personas que lo sufren presentan varios de los síntomas siguientes:
    • cambios de humor muy marcados con períodos de depresión intensa, irritabilidad y/o ansiedad que duran de unas cuantas horas a varios días;
    • furia fuera de lugar, intensa y fuera de control;
    • impulsividad en lo que se refiere a gastar dinero, sexo, consumo de sustancias, robos menores, conducir agresivamente o comer demasiado;
    • amenazas de suicidio recurrentes o lesiones a sí mismos;
    • relaciones personales inestables e intensas con perspectivas "blanco o negro" sobre personas o experiencias; algunas veces alternan entre idealizaciones de que "todo está bien" y devaluaciones de que "todo está mal";
    • incertidumbre marcada y persistente sobre la imagen propia, las metas a largo plazo, las amistades y los valores;
  • 39. Borderline Personality Articles, Support Groups, And Resources
    Medical Glossary borderline personality disorder. Q A from our Ask The DoctorForums (Mental Health Forum); borderline personality disorder? Depression?
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