Borderline Schizophrenia is a somewhat different slant on Schizophrenia in a number of ways – and it is important to understand what separates the two psychological disorders from one another.
Alternatively known as Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD, those afflicted suffer from instability in not only their relationships with other people but also with themselves and their position in the world. A sufferer of BPD may often report feelings of severe emptiness, and as a result struggle to cope with the onset of depression and other linked behavioural problems, ranging from substance addiction to eating disorders.
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When you hear the words borderline schizophrenia what do you immediately think? Most people automatically come to the conclusions drawn from the media of mentally ill individuals who look to cause harm to themselves or others. Are you one of them who believes this concept?
Rather concerning research conducted by livingwithschizophrenia.org shows that in the UK alone, about 1 in 5 people will need treatment for a mental health problem during their lifetime. More alarmingly, however, is that at some time during their life about 1 in 100 people will suffer an episode of schizophrenia. Mental Health issues are all … Read the rest