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Tennessee Borderline entertains crowds with a variety of modern & classic country, southern & classic rock with a splash of some 80s and today's pop hits.
Prediabetes or borderline diabetes is between 5.7% and 6.4% (over 6.4% is diabetic).
This film does for borderline personality disorder what the brilliant Dina did for autism: it gives the condition of borderline personality disorder a face of intelligence, keen wit and hope.
Self-harm, eating disorders, and half-hearted suicide attempts are common in people with borderline personality disorder," she wrote.
He said the ministry was aware of the confusion regarding borderlines, adding that communities living along both sides of the boundary were sensitised about the border issues and the alignment of the official boundary as the exercise progressed.
Emotionally unstable-impulsive type and emotionally unstable-borderline type are collectively called borderline personality disorder and dissocial personality disorder is called as antisocial personality disorder in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V).2 In addition, few personality disorders as per DSM-V--schizotypal and narcissistic - are categorised as mental disorder other than personality disorders in ICD-10.2 Personality assessment involves the administration, scoring and interpretation of empirically supported methods of personality traits' evaluation to improve clinical diagnosis and to increase the reliability of behavioural prediction in a variety of clinical, forensic, organisational and educational settings.6
Key words: Childhood traumatic experiences, maladaptive schemas, histrionic, antisocial, narcissistic, borderline personality disorder.
"[T]he ALJ cannot apply the age categories mechanically in a borderline situation.
Cluster B (dramatic, emotional or erratic) is where the borderline belongs, along with the antisocial, the histrionic, and narcissistic.
(3, 6) Borderline rejection is defined as Banff grade < IA in the absence of renal dysfunction.
The World Health Organization Expert Committee on Leprosy at its first meeting in 1952 recommended adding a borderline group to the three types accepted at Havana.
Mark Zimmerman's article, "Improving the recognition of borderline personality disorder" (Current Psychiatry.