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Borderline Personality Disorder in High-Conflict Divorces
Borderline Personality Disorder in High-Conflict Divorces

This blog examines how behaviors characteristically associated with borderline personality disorder (BPD) can fuel high-conflict divorce. BPD shares many attributes with narcissistic personality disorder, especially when it comes to the effect of those train in divorce ...

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