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Borderline personality and schizophrenia analysis the two disorders. Compare the characteristics of the two

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Offers a comparison and and a contrast the characteristics of borderline personality disorder and schizophrenia.

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The characteristics of borderline personality disorder exhibit unstable moods, relationships, and behaviors in general. A person who suffers from this disorder often have brief psychotic episodes, and may a co-existing disorder such as depression, substance abuse, eating disorder, suicidal behaviors, and anxiety. In most cases, those that suffer have problems regulating their emotions and thoughts, ...

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