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Part 1: Getting Through To Delusional Beliefs

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Do you know someone who struggles with delusional beliefs? What about your own experiences? Do you find some of your thoughts and beliefs odd and potentially delusional? If so, you are not alone. Many people have delusional thoughts and beliefs. For example, there are multiple theories on how the World Trade Center fell on September 11th. Conspiracy theories are all around us. So you may be asking: "what...
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Part 2: 7 Challenges of Borderline Personality Disorder

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Last week I discussed 7 challenges of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) such as: dysphoria, attention-seeking, manipulating, controlling, emotional chaos and storms, internal emptiness and loneliness, relational chaos, denial, anger, rage, and progress in some ways and deterioration in other ways. BPD is a complex disorder that requires a supportive family, active treatment, and competent treatment providers. Without these things, recovering from BPD can seem almost impossible.

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Part 1: 7 Challenges of Borderline Personality Disorder

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Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is one of the most complicating disorders for mental health professionals and researchers. Why? BPD is complicated based on many factors such as the environment (, upbringing, influences, etc.), temperament, genetic predisposition, age at which BPD was identified and treated, treatment recommendations, etc. So much goes into identifying, understanding, and coping with BPD. What makes matters more complicated is the unraveling of convoluted symptoms...
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