Quiet borderline personality disorder is a form of personality disorder that impairs the lives of at least 1.6% of the population.
Unlike borderline personality disorder, quiet borderline personality disorder often goes unnoticed as it commonly sees individuals struggle internally.
Unfortunately, this makes the disorder harder to diagnose as signs and symptoms are typically psychological.
As a result, many individuals struggling with quiet borderline personality disorder do not receive the treatment they need to overcome and manage the disorder.
Sadly, as with all personality disorders, if treatment for quiet borderline personality disorder is not sought, it can have adverse consequences on an individual’s health and wellbeing.
To ensure that you can recognise if you have quiet borderline personality disorder, at Cassiobury Court, we have delved into the causes and signs of the disorder.
We have also touched on the available treatment for you to take advantage of, should you find yourself living with the disorder.
What Causes Quiet Borderline Personality Disorder?
Just as other personality disorders often arise from abuse, trauma, genetics and environmental factors, quiet borderline personality disorder does too.
Although you will want to ascertain what has caused you to experience the disorder, without treatment, it may be impossible to do so.
What Are The Signs and Symptoms Of Quiet Borderline Personality Disorder?
Rather than physically displaying symptoms such as mood swings and irritability, all of which are associated with borderline personality disorders, as touched on above, quiet borderline personality sees an individual direct any issues faced inwards.
This essentially makes it tricky to recognise the signs and symptoms associated with the disorder.
However, if you believe that you have quiet borderline personality disorder, you will experience a wealth of pessimistic thoughts and feelings.
To help you determine whether the disorder affects your life, we have listed some of the most common signs associated with quiet borderline personality disorder below.
- Mood swings
- Suppressing emotions
- Feeling emotional
- Feeling empty and unmotivated
- Destructive thoughts
- Isolation from others
- Frequently feeling guilty
- Suicidal thoughts
In addition to the above, if you struggle with quiet borderline personality disorder, you may find it hard to create and maintain relationships. You may also find it challenging to fulfil commitments and obligations, for example, at work.
Furthermore, if quiet borderline personality disorder is present in your life, it is likely that you will often participate in self-destructive activities. For example, you may isolate yourself from others, abuse substances or gamble.
If you recognise any of the symptoms noted above and believe that you may have quiet borderline personality disorder, securing treatment can help you relieve yourself of the signs and symptoms you experience.
What Treatment Is Available For Quiet Borderline Personality Disorder?
Across the country, various treatments are readily available to support you in navigating and managing your disorder.
At Cassiobury Court, we provide bespoke rehabilitation treatment programmes to individuals who, just like you, have become a victim of a personality disorder.
Typically, upon entering our rehab, those who have quiet borderline personality disorder are provided with the following treatments;
- Psychological therapy
- Dialectical behavioural therapy
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Well-being therapy
Although the thought of participating in therapy may cause you to feel uneasy, you must understand that the therapies we provide are highly beneficial.
Each of the therapies we provide will enable you to express how you feel internally and encourage you to alter how you think and perceive situations.
Furthermore, our therapies will assist you as you come to terms with the emotions you experience.
Not only will this help you address the factors that cause you to experience quiet borderline personality disorder, but it will ensure that you have the chance to develop strategies that will essentially mitigate the overall ramifications your disorder has on your life.
In some instances, medication may be required to help alleviate quiet borderline personality disorder. If our team believes that you would benefit from medication, we will discuss this with you.
If you are happy to take medication, we will ensure that you receive an appropriate prescription.
Please note that if you decide to seek treatment at our residential centre, the treatment you receive will be entirely bespoke to your needs.
Upon entering our centre, we will conduct a psychological evaluation to ensure that we administer the treatment you need to make a long-term recovery.
How To Help Someone With Quiet Borderline Personality Disorder
If you are concerned that a loved one is struggling with quiet borderline personality disorder but find yourself unsure of how to support them, there are several things that you can do.
First and foremost, we highly recommend that you contact our team to distinguish if quiet borderline personality disorder is impairing their life.
Our team will listen to the signs and symptoms you have observed in your loved one and help you to determine whether the disorder is damaging their life.
Our team will also help you ascertain how best to approach your loved one. We would ask you to avoid confronting them before talking to us. This is because they may act out when confronted.
As you determine whether quiet borderline personality disorder is impairing your loved one’s life, it may also be beneficial for you to understand the treatment provided to individuals struggling with the personality disorder.
Not only will this help you come to terms with the treatment that your loved one may be subject to, but it will provide you with the ability to talk to your loved one about the support they can secure.
Should you approach your loved one and find that your help and support is rejected, you can also refer them for treatment at our centre.
Contact Us Today For Support, Guidance and Treatment
If, upon reviewing the information provided above, you have reason to believe that quiet borderline personality disorder is impairing your life, please contact us today for support, guidance and treatment.
We welcome you to call us on 01923 369 161. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with us online to request a callback.