Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), also known as Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD) is one of the most recognised personality disorders.  Those affected tend to hold a distorted image of themselves, experience mood swings, and relationship problems, and are at increased risk of suicide

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Borderline Personality Disorder is one of several disorders of personality and is thought to impact 1% of people in the UK, with more prevalence in females.  People with personality disorders will generally think, feel, perceive, and relate to others in ways that differ from the average person.  In the case of BPD, individuals can experience significant difficulties with psychological, social, and occupational areas of life, all of which diminish life quality.  This is because often individuals feel instability in mood and experience feelings of emptiness, reckless impulsivity, fears of abandonment, depression, anger, suspicion, and fluctuations between confidence and despair.  They will also often have identity issues, exhibit risky behaviour, and experience unstable relationships.  Some people will also experience psychosis, for example, hallucinations or delusions.  All of this causes significant impairment with day to day functioning and although there is heightened risk of self-harm and suicide, with help, people can learn ways to manage and reduce symptoms.

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