In the last three videos I’ve discussed subtypes of Borderline Personality Disorder. Not understanding these subtypes can make it difficult to recognize BPD which prevents people from getting the help they need to deal with it. If you or someone you’re in a relationship seems to lack a stable identity or believes they don’t have value and exhibits self-destructive behavior it may be worthwhile for you to learn more about this subtype. All types of BPD can be worked on and health and behavior can be improved, but with this type it’s especially essential that they feel worthy of help in order to seek the professional help they need.
For information on another of the four sub-types of BPD read:
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