Identifying the 8 symptoms of BPD.
Do you suffer with Borderline Personality Disorder? Do not feel ashamed, this could be genetic and manifested without you even knowing it. The risk of developing BPD is higher when surrounded by or growing up in unstable, abusive, or neglective environment.
There is 8 symptoms you typically see when a person suffers from BPD:
Fear of abandonment
This is usually a big deal for people because with BPD there is that fear of everyone leaving you.
The inability to keep a relationship makes it difficult and frustrating for people
Unstable Self Image
Having a self image is very important in order for people to have self confidence in oneself and without a good self image, your actions reflect on that.
Impulsive/Self Destructive Behaviors
The feeling of not feeling worthy can really contribute to this and make one feel
Harming oneself because of the same feeling of unworthiness
Extreme Emotional Swings
Can range in emotions
Chronic Feeling of Emptiness
Feeling like complete and utter emptiness
Impulses of sudden intense anger
With these 8 symptoms you can more clearly identify BPD
It’s important to remember that BPD can be passed own by genetics but even if it is
not it's important to remember to not feel ashamed of yourself because BPD is usually developed by someone living in unstable or neglectful environments. The best plan of action is to seek the help that you may need. Seeking a therapist to guide you through
the steps and to tell you what is actually happening can be very beneficial to someone.