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Borderline Personality Disorder Fast Facts
Studies have shown that BPD affects men and women at similar rates. However, reports from clinical studies have shown that women are diagnosed with BPD at a much greater rate than men.
It’s possible that BPD in men is often misdiagnosed as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depression, or some other mental illness.
BPD may be present in as many as 11% of psychiatric patients in outpatient treatment. Among patients receiving inpatient treatment, the rate of BPD may be as high as 20%.
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At any given time, about 1.6% of the United States population suffers from borderline personality disorder (BPD). Approximately 5.9% of Americans will be affected by BPD in their lifetimes.
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Borderline Personality Disorder Caregiver Tips
Because borderline personality disorder is characterized by unstable, conflict-filled relationships, dealing with your loved one’s disorder can be especially difficult. Caregivers should learn all they can about the disorder so that they can understand how it affects their loved one. Education is the best defense against the relationship stresses that Borderline Personality Disorder always causes.