Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms Treatment

Borderline Personality Disorder is classified under mental disorders that define distinctive behavioral patterns and a set of personality traits and characters of an individual marked up to stressful experiences and troubling circumstances. People with the mental disorders tend to have different beliefs, values and attitudes from other healthy people. Excessive stress, anxiety and depression trigger unusual behaviour or sometimes, sudden offensive behaviour among sufferers. Childhood and adulthood are the two prone stages to this disorder.

Personality disorder adversely affects the social life as maintaining relationships appears to be difficult with peers and co-workers. Crippled people often find it difficult to cope up with normal stress that leads to personality disorder. They do not like to be a part of social activities.


Three behaviour cluster demonstrations enlighten the symptoms related to Personality Disorder (PD):

Cluster A:
  • Behave in eccentric ways or odd behaviour
  • Emotionally Lost
  • Appears as a Paranoid Personality
  • Schizoid/ schizotypal Personality Disorder
Cluster B:
  • Impulsive, dramatic or erratic behaviour
  • Negative and positive mood swings
  • Emotionally unstable
  • Histrionic personality disorder
  • Antisocial personality disorder
  • Narcissistic personality disorder
Cluster C:
  • Overwhelming anxiety and fear
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Dependent personality disorder
  • Avoidant personality disorder


Majority of cases of Personality Disorder that come to Mind Plus are different and caused due to distinctive events and traumatic life experiences. Thus, all patients have varied care requirements and sentimental needs. Treatments for PD include psychologist therapies with medications depending upon the severity of the case.

Wide-ranging psychologist therapies with effective theoretical approaches have been designed to motivate patients to work or participate in a group activity. Clinical therapies consisting of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and cognitive behavioural therapies work well to control erratic moods and anxiety.

Mood stabilizers, antidepressants and antipsychotics are prescribed to provide pharmacological treatments in worsen cases in order to control expected side- effects. The core aim of medical professionals is to reduce stress and to create a soothing environment for Personality Disorder patients.