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August 22, 2008

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Borderline Personality Disorder Challenges Relationships
Psych Central
A new study finds different patterns of brain activity in people with borderline personality disorder were associated with disruptions in the ability to recognize social norms or modify behaviors - factors that may result in distrust and broken relationships. Borderline personality disorder is a serious mental illness noted by unstable moods, behavior and relationships. [...]

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram
In stores now Sandra Brown , Smoke Screen The megaselling author from Arlington (56 bestsellers and counting) returns with a thriller set in Charleston, S.C. Herschel Walker , Breaking Free The former Dallas Cowboys star writes about his life with dissociative identity disorder (better known as multiple-personality disorder). Due Tuesday Stephen Coonts , The Assassin ...

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The Cutting Truth of Borderline Personality Disorder
FYI Living
Cutting and other forms of self-mutilation may be hard for many people to understand. People who self-harm are more likely to have an underlying emotional problems, such as Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). According to a study by German researchers, people with BPD may engage in self-injury because they get a sense of emotional relief from physical pain. BPD is a complex set of... Read More

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