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Borderline personality disorder is a mental disorder that causes problem functioning in everyday life as it impacts the way you think about yourself and others. People with this disorder are impulsive, have unstable relationships, extremely emotional, and low self-image. They find it hard to be alone and feel lonely, but tend to chase people due to their anger problem, mood swings, and impulsive behavior. It usually begins during early adulthood and might get better with age. Such people have an intense fear of abandonment, might have episodes of paranoia, exhibit risky behaviors like rash driving, unprotected sex, spending spree, and gambling, and give suicidal threats. People with a family history are more susceptible to develop this disease. The use of psychotherapy and medicines like antidepressants, antipsychotics, and mood-stabilizing drugs, help people with borderline personality disorder to lead a comparatively normal life.