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Borderline personality disorder: Where did it come from, and what does it mean?
NEW YORK--Medication plays an important, if adjunctive, role in the treatment of borderline personality disorder by addressing temperamental aspects of the condition that underlie problematic behaviors, Dr.
Critique: Deftly crafted, inherently interesting, thoughtful and thought-provoking, but above all entertaining, "Living on the Borderlines: Stories" is an extraordinary collection that is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Contemporary Literary Fiction collections.
Mr Batshu had asked the minister whether the ministry was aware of Botswana/Zimbabwe borderline confusion among communities living along Zimbabwean borderline who generally believe that inland disease control fences were the actual borderlines.
Reliability and diagnostic efficiency of the abbreviated-diagnostic interview for borderlines in an adolescent clinical population.
We consider figures at spherical map as such figures which print at the rubber film, then so long as we cut a hole inside any figure, and the hole contacts not any borderline of the figure, afterwards exert tensions round the hole, so the rubber film expands gradually until unfold the whole spherical surface into a plane, thereupon the spherical map has been turned to a planar map.
and NATO attacks to Pakistani borderlines which has angered Iran as well, the ambassador explained "U.S.
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a condition that usually starts in early adulthood which is characterized by fluctuating emotions, impulsive self-harm, unstable self-identity, and tense interpersonal relationships.
A few rounds of negotiations have been already taken place on the matter, and we hope the two states can create an atmosphere in future so that they can reach such an agreement in the borderlines of the common field.
As psychiatry's Understanding of borderline personality disorder (BPD) grows, the literature clearly describes the seriousness of BPD, as well as these patients' high utilization of treatment.
"Start low, go slow, and be very careful of the exquisite sensitivity that some borderlines have to some medications, which in my opinion cannot be detected in a clinical interview," he said.
Os principais textos utilizados foram: Borderline Personality Organization (Kernberg, 1967), Borderline Conditions and Pathological Narcissism (Kernberg, 1975), Technical considerations in the treatment of borderline personality organization (Kernberg, 1976), La Transferencia y la contratransferencia em el tratamento de pacientes fronterizos (Kernberg, 1979), Principios Generales del Tratamento (Kernberg, 1979), Severe personality disorders (Kernberg,1984), Mundo Interior e Realidade Exterior --Teoria aplicada as relacoes objetais (Kernberg, 1989) e Psicoterapia Dinamica de Pacientes Borderlines (Kernberg, Selzer & Koensigsber, 1991).

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