For people with borderline personality disorder (BPD), life is similar to a rollercoaster ride, not only in terms of their unstable relationships and emotions but also because of their wavering sense of self. Their goals, self-image, and basic likes and dislikes are prone to changing frequently, and in ways that may feel unclear or confusing. Such people are usually extremely sensitive; even the smallest things can trigger the most intense reactions in them, and once upset, people with BPD can be difficult to calm down.
The excessive volatility, overwhelming emotions, and impulsiveness, along with many other issues, constitute a spectrum of borderline personality disorder symptoms that can sometimes be very difficult to recognize, despite being visibly clear. However, catching these symptoms and commencing an appropriate treatment plan is necessary to help people struggling with BPD regain control of their feelings, actions, thoughts, and life.
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