I have severe BPD along with severe depression both with psychosis diagnosed. Not from a private doctor trying to brainwash me. This has been diagnosed by various doctors from the public healthcare system and I've been in the psych ward a couple of times.
There's a huge estigma and misconceptions about BPD. BPD shouldn't even be a personality disorder, it should be long to the Bipolar Disorder spectrum.
Common symptoms are severe depression, obession with depression, splitting, paranoia, extreme grudges, psychosis, mood swings that gravitate to negative feelings (suicide, anger, fury, depression, hopelessness) unlike mood swings in Bipolar which go from happiness to sadness. Also BPD is way more fast, 24/7. Bipolar is episodic. Both have impulsivity. BPD has more self harm, suicide completion, self harm and substabce abuse, specially on men. BPD doesn't even has the euphoria that a manic episode gives you.
I hate the misconception that this is a succubus disorder. Succubus and men have it the same; succubus just are more likely to seek help and attentionwhore more. Men are more likely to be agressive and violent, which is usually misdiagnosed as AntiSocial Personality Disorder. Which is very fucking different to BPD.
>Misaki is the OP image as she is BPD and I am sure many of us would relate to her>>236479
She is not BPD. She has attachment issues, a lack of identity; but she lacks the other hallmark, more serious symptoms. She shows dependency disorder more. She's totally not an accurate representation of BPD. An actual "celebrity" acurrate representation of BPD is the actor Pete Davidson.
Answering the other questions in next most. In my last post, I'll talk about BPD specifically in wizards. Which manifests different, but it's BPD nonetheless.