BPD and relationships
One of the main symptoms that people with BPD struggle with is unstable interpersonal relationships. Dr Ashlesha Bagadia talks about how BPD can affect the family and the partner and the future of relationships for someone with BPD after they receive treatment.
‘Understanding BPD with Dr Ashlesha Bagadia’ is a weekly video column about borderline personality disorder (BPD). In this column series she breaks down complex aspects of the disorder for persons diagnosed with it, their friends and family. The column will introduce the viewer to what the disorder is, explain how the diagnosis is made, what treatment involves and how BPD affects a person’s relationships.
Dr Bagadia is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist who works in the area of attachment issues and specializes in personality disorders. If you have questions about or related to this column, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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