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    Borderline Personality Disorder even was, so everything was quite a shock to me. I believe Kiera did a fantastic job of describing how she felt in specific and different situations, so it made it clear what Borderline Personality Disorder really consists of. It disgusted me how everyone tried convincing her that she did not have this disorder or how no one really talked about it because of the stigma around it. That is why it impressed me when she kept fighting and admitted to having this…

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    Borderline Personality Disorder LeeAnn Larsen Community College of Aurora Psychology 102 Introduction Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is defined by a specific pattern of impairments and traits (dsm-5, 2015). In this paper, I provide background information about Bryce Larsen, my person of interest, I discuss the history, diagnostic criteria, and effects of BPD, and I apply this information to Bryce’s lived experiences. This paper is purely for educational purposes and not a true…

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    many people suffered from different types of psychological disorders, such as depression, bipolarity, PTSD, anorexia, BPD, etc. In this oral, I’ll be talking about personality disorders which is the second most diagnose psychological problem. A lot of us might think that there is only one type of PD, when in reality there are 10 different and they’re regrouped in three distinct categories. In order to diagnose any personality disorders, there as to be the presence of the four more commonly…

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    Paranoid personality disorder is characterized by on ongoing distrust for other people based on the unsupported belief that people are out to get them by tying to trick, harm, or exploit them. The symptoms of this disorder can include hostile and jealous behavior, unwillingness to release personal information in fear it will be used against them and they may display unwarranted counterattacks in response to compliments and social interaction. Signs and symptoms may also include controlling and…

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    Diagnostic Handbook III: Borderline Personality Disorder Introduction Case Presentation Monica Johnson’s grandmother contacted the counseling office to request her granddaughter meets with a counselor. She states, Monica’s behavior is out of control and she is using alcohol, having unprotected sex, displaying inappropriate anger and her moods are unpredictable. She cannot keep friends and Monica’s school has placed her on academic probation. Monica’s grandmother is worried because no one can…

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    Borderline Personality Disorder LeeAnn Larsen Community College of Aurora Psychology 102 Introduction Definition of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a specific pattern of impairments and traits (DSM-5, 2015). In this paper, I provide background information about Bryce Larsen, my person of interest, I discuss the history, diagnostic criteria, and effects of BPD, and I apply this information to Bryce’s lived experiences. This paper is purely for educational purposes and not a true…

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    In 1952 antisocial personality disorder, abbreviated ASPD, was classified in the first addition of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder (DSM) as a sociopathic personality disturbance and that it could merely be considered ‘moral insanity’(Hesse, M. 2010). It wasn’t until the second addition of the DSM came out that it was categorized as it own personality disorder that was to be classified, when being diagnosed, as mild, moderate or severe, but many psychologists didn't accept…

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    Introduction Definition of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a specific pattern of impairments and traits (dsm-5, 2015). In this paper, I provide background information about Bryce Larsen, my person of interest, I discuss the history, diagnostic criteria, and effects of BPD, and I apply this information to Bryce’s lived experiences. This paper is purely for educational purposes and not a true diagnosis of the individual represented. Background Information At thirty-one years old, Bryce,…

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    Antisocial personality disorder is usually described as a personality disorder in which a person’s cognition and personality is impaired. This symptom causes an individual to suffer from both self and interpersonal functioning. According to the DSM-V, an individual with antisocial personality disorder must exhibit antagonism and disinhibiting. They also have impaired personal and interpersonal functioning. This disorder is closely connected to criminal behavior. An individual with antisocial…

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    Borderline Personality Disorder LeeAnn Larsen Community College of Aurora Psychology 102 Introduction Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is defined by a specific pattern of impairments and traits (dsm-5, 2015). In this paper, I provide background information about Bryce Larsen, my person of interest, I discuss the history, diagnostic criteria, and effects of BPD, and I apply this information to Bryce’s lived experiences. This paper is purely for educational purposes and not a true…

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