My mom has BPD,but she hasn't been getting any threat meant for it that I know of.
Does anyone know of thing I can do to help her?
I was weirdly preoccupied with Borderline Personality Disorder for a very long time, but I don't really know that much about it.
Anyway, as far as I know, aside from professional treatment, there isn't much anybody can do. I was, however, under the impression that BPD is typically something that people grow out of -- it's often a kind of phase that people (or women, I should say... are men ever diagnosed with BPD?) go through, usually in their twenties, and by ther time they're thirty or a little older, it's no longer really an issue. So maybe your mom was treated for it when she was younger, but doesn't need anything like that on a regular basis anymore.
What kind of scale compares the weight of two beauties?
Yes men can have it.It is far more common in Women.
She still has it though.
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