Borderline personality disorderDiagnosis
See your GP if you're concerned that you have borderline personality disorder (BPD). They may ask about your symptoms and how they're affecting your quality of life.
Borderline personality disorder is a condition that affects how you think, feel and interact with other people.
Symptoms of borderline personality include being emotionally unstable, having upsetting thoughts and acting without thinking.
The cause of borderline personality disorder is unclear. It's been linked to traumatic events during childhood, such as neglect or abuse.
The main treatment for borderline personality disorder is a type of talking therapy called psychotherapy.
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