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Borderline Personality Disorder Suggestions

(Also Known As: BPD Suggestions, Borderline Suggestions, Personality Disorder Suggestions, Behavioral Disorder Suggestions, Narcissist Suggestions, Narcissistic Suggestions)

(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)

Suggestions for Borderline Personality Disorder

The disturbing symptoms of borderline personality disorder are usually worse earlier in life especially during young adulthood; but improvement is evident once the patient reaches the age range of 30’s and 40’s. The following are helpful ideas on how to manage the condition better:

  • Stick to your treatment plan. This will help you recognize the areas where you need to learn to modify your behaviors and make general improvements to determine whether a specific treatment works well.
  • Do not skip your therapy sessions and build a trusting relationship with your therapist.
  • Learn to forgive and forget the painful experiences you have in the past. This will make moving on with your life easier and your treatment progress easier.
  • Do not blame yourself or other people for having BPD but rather help yourself to identify your own contribution to be able to treat your condition.
  • Learn which occasions to avoid that can trigger mood and emotional changes.
  • Learn to accept your condition and drive yourself to further persistence to obtain proper treatment and achieve recovery.
  • Enrich yourself with the proper education about your condition in order to fully establish better understanding on how to manage your symptoms.

Could You Have Borderline Personality Disorder?

Borderline Personality Disorder Topics

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