A personality disorder is a mental health condition that involves long-lasting, all-encompassing, disruptive patterns of thinking, behavior, mood and relationships with others. These patterns may cause significant distress and/or impair the ability to function.
Borderline Personality (BPD)
Borderline personality disorder is a mental illness that severely impacts a person’s ability to manage emotions. This loss of emotional control can increase impulsivity, affect how a person feels about themself, and negatively impact relationships with others. Effective treatments are available that can help people manage the symptoms of borderline personality disorder.
Thought disorder is a disorganized way of thinking that leads to abnormal ways of expressing language when speaking and writing. It’s one of the primary symptoms of schizophrenia, but it may be present in other mental disorders such as mania and depression.
Dissociative Disorders (DID)
Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a mental health condition. People with DID have two or more separate identities. These personalities control their behavior at different times. Each identity has its own personal history, traits, likes and dislikes. DID can lead to gaps in memory and hallucinations (believing something is real when it isn’t). Dissociative identity disorder used to be called multiple personality disorder or split personality disorder.