Most people can well appreciate the world in a gradient of greys, but things may not be the same for those with borderline personality disorder (BPD). Such people develop an all-or-nothing dichotomy called splitting that forces them to see events, individuals, and situations as black and white.
BPD alone can be difficult to manage as a personality disorder due to its symptoms, including mood swings, unstable relationships, and impulsive behaviours. People often struggle to maintain healthy relationships with other people and splitting only adds to this problem. Despite being a simple defence mechanism that these individuals adopt to protect themselves from getting hurt, these splitting episodes can damage all aspects of life. Fortunately, there are multiple ways through which people with splitting BPD can learn to manage their thoughts and behaviours.
What is splitting BPD? How can you recognise and control it before it destroys your relationships and life? Let’s find out in this article.
A UNIQUE METHOD TREATING Borderlinea successful and proven concept focusing on underlying causes
Borderline TREATMENT LASTING APPROACH
Send Admission Request
Define Treatment Goals
Assessments & Detox
Psychological & Holistic Therapy
Borderline Insightslatest news & research on Borderline
Borderline Personality Disorder Vs Bipolar Disorder
like BPD or bipolar disorder. Both conditions usually have partial similarity in mood shifts which often confuses many people, even some clinicians.read more
What Is Splitting BPD
Splitting stops individuals from recognising or accepting paradoxical qualities in something and someone and does not allow them to develop any grey areas in their thinking.read more