Borderline Personality Illness (BPD) is a mental health disorder marked by mood, self-image, and behaviour instability. BPD patients may have powerful and unstable emotions, impulsivity, and a skewed self-image. They may struggle to build and sustain relationships, and they may engage in self-harm or suicide conduct.
BPD is frequently treated with a mix of therapy and medication, such as dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The therapy focuses on symptom management, interpersonal improvement, and assisting the individual in developing coping skills.
Our experts have developed a few worksheets to help you understand and manage your borderline personality disorder symptoms.