I found your article for Primary Care Physicians and intend to pass it on to the practitioners who are treating my Borderline Personality Disorder significant others. However, I noted the article is dated Nov 2, 1991. A great deal has happened in 7 years. I wonder if there are updated thoughts, research [...]
The borderline disorder is usually associated with other neuropsychiatric problems. Attention deficit disorder is probably the most common one. Most of these “disorders” are really not illnesses at all, but traits that had advantages in a different time and environment – but they are a serious problem for patients in today’s society [...]
(article for Primary Care Physicians) by Leland M. Heller, M.D. November 2, 1991
The Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), a psychoneurological disorder affecting tens of millions [1,2] is now treatable with a combination of medication and other therapies. Fortunately fluoxetine (Prozac)  and low dose intermittent neuroleptics  can stop most of the mood [...]
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