Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a condition that is extremely painful for the person living with it. Those with BPD experience possible symptoms which may include dissociation, impulsive behavior, extreme moods, self-harm or suicidal tendencies, fear of abandonment, unstable relationships, unclear self-image, explosive anger and chronic feelings of emptiness.
In some cases, the person will experience all nine of these symptoms. Many people who live with BPD are incredibly sensitive and the way they are spoken to by others can have a huge impact on their mental health.
Living in constant fear of being abandoned, in combination with self-harm tendencies and extreme mood swings, means the person can easily perceive rejection, evenRead more on themighty.com