Test Yourself for Borderline Personality Disorder

A mental health disorder, that affects your both thoughts and feelings and cause problems in everyday life is called borderline personality disorder. It includes an unstable intense relationship. Extreme emotions and impulsiveness, distorted self-image are all the symptoms of the disease.

Are you afraid to be alone, feeling in an unstable state, and loneliness seems to be the greatest fear for you? However, if you want to have both loving and long-lasting relationships, then impulsiveness, inappropriate anger, and frequent mood swings can alienate others

Do not be discouraged by detecting the borderline personality disorder symptoms. The majority of people live with this disease. They are cured and learn to live a real normal and peaceful life with time.

In order to assess the likelihood you or a loved one have symptoms of borderline personality disorder, we suggest you follow the list of actions.

Guide

It will be easier for you to understand whether you are related to this disease or not with this test. Point out how much you agree or disagree with the statement by carefully reading each item.

I have a chronic feeling of emptiness.
I perform one or more of the following actions: reckless driving, unsafe sex, alcohol or drug abuse, overeating, gambling or reckless funds' spending.
I can become paranoid, feel “forked” or dissociate if I am under stress.
I idealize others, especially when I first meet with them, and I feel comfortable sharing the most intimate details with them. But I often feel they are the same as everyone else over time. It is not enough for me to communicate with them.
I can become very angry, extremely sarcastic. I feel it is difficult for me to control this anger.
I engaged in self-injury, harm, or suicidal behavior, gestures, or threats.
I experience sudden changes in the way I look at myself and my life, I can completely change my goals, values and career views.
I am afraid others will refuse or leave me - so I will make insane efforts to avoid it (even when it is practically unreal).
My mood may change between extreme periods of anxiety, depression, or irritability in just a few hours or days.
My views on other people can change dramatically without warning. This is especially true of those who are not indifferent to me.
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