Borderline-personality-disorder



noun
(psychiatry) a mental condition on the dividing line between a psychiatric disorder and normality characterized by impulsiveness, extreme mood swings, and often aggressiveness
Contemporary Examples

Former Student Claims U.S. Naval Academy Had ‘Zero Tolerance’ for Rape Victims Jesse Ellison May 3, 2012
Did Antidepressants Contribute to Mary Richardson Kennedy’s Suicide? Laurence Leamer July 7, 2012
Sex on the Edge Gina Piccalo June 20, 2010

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