list of eating disorders

list of eating disorders

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Borderline Personality Disorder, Self-Harm and Eating Disorders. In this video I talk about their relationship. Many of the symptoms of BPD lead us to acting out in SH or ED. Many of you will find that you can associate with some of these symptoms, but remember that you must be properly diagnosed by a medical professional and exhibit at least 5 of the symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). If you have been diagnosed with BPD the best thing for you to do is to purchase a Dialectical Behavior Therapy workbook (I recommend a good one on my website in the Amazon books section at the bottom of all my pages) and also I recommend that you find and join a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBP) group in your area.

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Borderline personality disorder
from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001931/

Borderline personality disorder is a condition in which people have long-term patterns of unstable or turbulent emotions, such as feelings about themselves and others.

These inner experiences often cause them to take impulsive actions and have chaotic relationships.

Causes, incidence, and risk factors

The causes of borderline personality disorder (BPD) are unknown. Genetic, family, and social factors are thought to play roles.

Risk factors for BPD include:

Abandonment in childhood or adolescence

Disrupted family life

Poor communication in the family

Sexual abuse

This personality disorder tends to occur more often in women and among hospitalized psychiatric patients.

Symptoms

People with BPD are often uncertain about their identity. As a result, their interests and values may change rapidly.

People with BPD also tend to see things in terms of extremes, such as either all good or all bad. Their views of other people may change quickly. A person who is looked up to one day may be looked down on the next day. These suddenly shifting feelings often lead to intense and unstable relationships.

Other symptoms of BPD include:

Fear of being abandoned

Feelings of emptiness and boredom

Frequent displays of inappropriate anger

Impulsiveness with money, substance abuse, sexual relationships, binge eating, or shoplifting

Intolerance of being alone

Repeated crises and acts of self-injury, such as wrist cutting or overdosing

Signs and tests

Like other personality disorders, BPD is diagnosed based on a psychological evaluation and the history and severity of the symptoms.

Treatment

Many types of individual talk therapy, such as dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), can successfully treat BPD. In addition, group therapy can help change self-destructive behaviors.

In some cases, medications can help level mood swings and treat depression or other disorders that may occur with this condition.

Expectations (prognosis)

The outlook depends on how severe the condition is and whether the person is willing to accept help. With long-term talk therapy, the person will often gradually improve.

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25 Responses to “list of eating disorders”

  1. Kati Morton says:

    I am so glad that you haven’t had trouble finding someone to support you :) That can really help us when we are struggling with so many other things too :) I am glad that you found my channel!!

  2. MrOnomatopoiea says:

    I know someone with BPD but am not sure if they can handle a relationship. What should I do or how should I behave when around her??

  3. Elsie Mor says:

    I been diagnosed with BPD and my therapist told me about DBT. I’m in a group now for about a year and I have to say it helps a lot. It makes you mindful about your emotions and how to deal with them instead of just putting them away. I have also decreased on cutting :) and because I did a lot of dissociation, that’s also decreasing little by little. Yes, It’s huge! help. Like ahh! lol Also take anti-dr. but they have told me that hopefully I can stop taking that in a few yrs. So I’m excited.

  4. ursisterownsinbed says:

    I lost count but have more than 5.

  5. Elliepixie12 says:

    Hi kati I want to ask you, I had a lot of things happen to me that you have mentioned but those memories have gone but I know they happened other stuff I remember only snap shots of it and I wonder if those memories will return? I have dissociative seizures but since dealing with the things I kept to myself they’ve got better. Thank you.

  6. Jeff Rogers says:

    Kati, we need to get you on TV to explain these conditions to the larger population. We’re getting beat up in the media; this past Friday I heard Dem. Sen. Joe Manchin, WV use the ‘C’ word to describe us (i.e. Crazy) on Hardball. It would be wonderful to see you and a few people with different diagnoses humanize us. It hasn’t been done before that I’ve seen.
    Thank you so much for these videos. I’ve learned more from you in just a few videos than I’ve learned from therapists over several years.

  7. eleekaful says:

    It is nice to see a video that explains this disorder in an informative light. Unfortunately, it seems in my experience treatment for male borderlines is non-existent. I can not find any therapist or doctor that will take it seriously with me in my state. They say I can not have it, even though I show a lot of the traits. I have been on an endless journey of being treated for “severe chronic depression”. The only place that I can get some help is at my university, but it is very limited.

  8. 201greeneyes says:

    THANK YOU SO MUCH THIS IS GREAT !!!! i HAVE THIS AND ,i AM SURE MY NEICE HAD THIS WOW WE NEED YOU WOW THANK YOU ,MAYBE YOU CAN HELP US

  9. Natali Monks says:

    My sister recently got diagnosed with BPD. How can I support her and help understand her more?

  10. A username says:

    Borderline is hell on earth, I hate it.

  11. beccaisakitty says:

    I have more than 5 of these.

  12. Lolelau says:

    Q&AKATI

    Hi Kati, I got diagnosed with BPD and dysthymia, do they influence each other? And my therapist says I will be recovered in 5-10 years, is it even worth trying? I’m only 19 byears old, so it means I have to work on myself in more than half of my life. Do you have any tips or anything? Because I’m kinda lost..

  13. 4chapters says:

    Hi Katie, fantastic video! I was wondering if you could vlog about DID and it’s overlap with BPD. I have DID but one of my alters has BPD, MDD. It’s really difficult for my system to manage her self-harm impulsivity (particularly suicidal ideation) when she is triggered. It would be helpful to see how this can be managed from your perspective!

  14. Musical Nat says:

    I’m 14 and I have 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 …..

  15. SerenaToxicat says:

    Thank you for the matter-of-fact, non-stigmatizing video on BPD! A good friend with a genius IQ claimed ppl who meet the criteria for BPD have frontal lobe damage and no empathy. I tried to explain otherwise, but she said I was confusing BPD and C-PTSD. I know about C-PTSD. :) Anyway…thank you.

  16. SerenaToxicat says:

    PS Are these French subtitles yours or my program’s? They’re surprisingly well done.

  17. Kati Morton says:

    Share these videos. A great start. Be patient with her.

  18. Kati Morton says:

    I understand. I am sorry you are struggling.

  19. David Miller says:

    Kati, I have been diagnosed in the past with many mental disorders. One point I was told I had histrionic, then it was Aspergers (which is ridiculous). Then PTSD. Now I’ve come to BPD or psychopathy, which seems more accurate. Many of the symptoms in BPD seem to fit, but I don’t self-harm, binge eat or have suicidal tendencies. Then I do feel prone to anger or at least aggressive. Is it possible to have overlapping disorders and more important is it possible to discover what I have?

  20. David Miller says:

    Kati, I have been diagnosed in the past with many mental disorders. One point I was told I had histrionic, then it was Aspergers. Then PTSD. Now I’ve come to BPD or psychopathy, which seems more accurate. Many of the symptoms in BPD seem to fit, but I don’t self-harm, binge eat or have suicidal tendencies. Then I do feel prone to anger or at least aggressive. Is it possible to have overlapping disorders and more important is it possible to discover what I have?

  21. BatterflyHigh says:

    Thanks for this. My mom has BPD, and it’s always good to have a bit more insight into her life and why she’s had so much trouble getting treatment. I may never get to be close with her, but I like to have any knowledge I can.

  22. shelton crouch says:

    i have like 7 of thoughs

  23. M390VI says:

    I have 9 of those and I will not go for a diagnosis. The stigma and prejudices associated with it are just too great. Shall be asking for DBT though. Good tip, thank you!

  24. Many Black says:

    Time for some chocolate…:(

  25. HighOnLife says:

    I feel like i have all of these….

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