This is a phrase that I think a lot of people don’t understand when it comes to people with borderline personality disorder. While this is something that they deal with on a regular basis, it is not as severe. It is common for people with borderline personality disorder to be insecure, anxious, and overly sensitive. While it is not as severe, it does still happen.
So why do so many people with borderline personality disorder suffer from the same symptoms as people with other personality disorders? Because it is not normal.
Borderline personality disorder is a disorder that has about as many symptoms as depression or schizophrenia. It is also a personality disorder that is often misdiagnosed, when in fact it is not actually the cause of the symptoms. Instead, it is a reaction to a traumatic event that caused the person to develop a personality disorder.
While it is true that more people with borderline personality disorder have other personality disorders, in fact, there are still people who develop borderline personality disorder and have one of their other personalities as well. It’s the same as a person with schizophrenia who develops the same symptoms as a person with depression, although a person with borderline personality disorder is more likely to experience symptoms of depression and anxiety as well.