Article 8: How a Mother with Borderline Personality Disorder Affects Her Children
Mothers with Borderline Personality Disorder are characterized by a history of broken relationships and marked instability in multiple domains of their lives. It is anticipated that these characteristic behaviors infiltrate the mother-child relationship as much as it interferes with other relationships.
Children of mothers with BPD show a significantly higher prevalence of disorganized attachment than children of mothers without BPD. Disorganized children face stress management problems, frequently engage in externalizing behaviors, and may even face dissociative behaviors later in life. Learn more.
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