Sunday, June 24, 2012
Stage Two: DPD: Borderline Personality Disorder.
Psychopathy: Another Life.
Changing to Psychopathy Another Life and Borderline Personality Disorder.
I felt it was time to branch out and extend both arms and mind to other areas less studied or explored into the human condition where right equals left and down is up to some. So much like Nonviolent Psychopathy, BPD does have an unusual place in everyday life.
Often labeled with misdiagnosis, and more often treated with medications that proved either wrong or horribly so with patients seeking either suicidal or homicidal beliefs to ease themselves.
And what medications were those? We’ll get to that later. Trust me on this.
Borderline Personality Disorder has personal attributes that have symptoms that range from major depression, high blood pressure, slight mood swings to physical symptoms of RA (rheumatoid arthritis) , other severe debilitating illnesses. Sometimes Lupus, Fibromyalgia, and physically repeated perceived pain can cause psychological breaks to what we saw those afflicted with as psychotic breaks. This being done with best intentions, though wrongly so.
Unlike Nonviolent Psychopaths, this area goes into other areas often misdiagnosed, incorrectly and medically treated in sheer ignorance. There are so many in this aspect of psychology that professionals did not travel.
As I said in the beginning of PAL, let’s dance into corridors of darkness of the mind.
STAGE TWO: Psychopathy and Borderline Personality Disorder.
Mark William Darus. 06242012