Below is the list of the result I found that I thought it contains information about the person I'm facing right now. I just copied and pasted them here with their resources links to make me easier when one day I need them to determine her personality deeply. They don't represent all her personalities but one or several information they have written just not far to describe about her personality.
From this experience that I have been facing more than 30 years, as an author I would like to include this case to my third next project: writing a novel with a character with Borderline Personality Disorder. This will be the most challenging writing project I would ever have and I'm very excited. I like CHALLENGE in my writing project. From this way, I can see the level of my writing ability to narrate, describe and explore such a challenging character in a novel. Can't wait? Just stay tuned for my upcoming novels.
For this purposed project, I should enrich my knowledge by also watching some movies mentioned in the bottom of my last search.
THE LIST OF MY SEARCHING RESULTS:
- Difficulty to learn that cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory, or health factors.
- Difficulty to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers.
- Inappropriate types of behavior (acting out against self or others) or feelings (express's the need to harm self or others, low self-worth, etc.) under normal circumstances.
- A general pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression.
- A tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems.
Associating Parental to Child Psychological Symptoms
Signs and symptoms
Sense of self
|Discouraged (including avoidantfeatures)||Pliant, submissive, loyal, humble; feels vulnerable and in constant jeopardy; feels hopeless, depressed, helpless, and powerless.|
|Petulant (including negativisticfeatures)||Negativistic, impatient, restless, as well as stubborn defiant, sullen, pessimistic, and resentful; easily slighted and quickly disillusioned.|
|Impulsive (including histrionic orantisocial features)||Capricious, superficial, flighty, distractible, frenetic, and seductive; fearing loss, becomes agitated, and gloomy and irritable; potentially suicidal.|
|Self-destructive (including depressiveor masochistic features)||Inward-turning, intropunitively angry; conforming, deferential, and ingratiating behaviors have deteriorated; increasingly high-strung and moody; possible suicide.|
Lying as a feature of BPD
Society and culture
Film and television
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