Prevalence of symptoms such as unstable interpersonal relationships, disturbed self image, intense anger, fear of abandonment, frequent mood changes, impulsivity, reckless sexual behaviour, self-harm and dissociation of self are a mark of borderline personality disorder.
Dominantly, diagnosed in women, the characteristics of such individuals can be caused through various past traumas or as a comorbidity to some other mental health condition. Overall, the symptoms disable the individual from leading a fully functional life.
Consulting a mental health professional through Overcome Unstable Behaviour Patterns service will prove beneficial and will help the individual lead a more independent, stable and functional life.
Our mental health affects how we think, feel and act. And sometimes, we’re not completely ok – and that’s fine. Talk to a counsellor to reclaim your emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.
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Disclaimer: According to an individual’s case severity, the sessions might vary.