It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Although I appreciate the passion and strength of some of the others commenting I respectfully disagree on some points.
BPD is an ongoing, difficult to identify on a daily basis (to the point of effective treatment ) costly disorder.
Working within a standardised psychological research method like mice trials, opens the way for minute knowledge breakthroughs to occur, without putting human BPD sufferers through increased strain of rewardless observations.
I am not an American but I know my country is working through BPD suffering and some form of drug-based intervention I.e. anti-anxiety medication. It Is helpful and Does allow for ongoing family help and involvement to safely continue throughout the traumas and phases of the sufferer.
BPD definitely needs alternative health and alternative minds, but the severity of symptoms really does warrant getting sensibly involved with medications and the company's that sell them, and using the established research methods time has made available.
A way to predict if a new patient will, or won’t, respond to standard treatment.
A rarely studied brain structure can explain.
The link to specific brain circuit and genetic variation.
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