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Home Health News The differences between borderline personality disorder and bipolar, and how to recognise...

The differences between borderline personality disorder and bipolar, and how to recognise the symptoms of each – Business Insider Australia

  • The main difference between borderline personality disorder and bipolar is that those with bipolar experience grace periods where they have no symptoms.
  • Bipolar disorder appears to be more of a genetic condition than borderline personality disorder, which is more likely to be caused by childhood trauma.
  • Both bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder can be treated with therapy.
  • This article was medically reviewed by David A. Merrill, MD, PhD, psychiatri…

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