The Latest Research on Borderline Personality Disorder

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Individuals with borderline personality disorder, a mental health condition marked by unstable moods and reckless or impulsive behavior, often have trouble maintaining their friendships and romantic relationships. We'll discuss the latest research on the condition, including findings that people with the disorder may have lower activity in the regions of the brain associated with empathy.

Guests:

Ira Steinman, San Francisco-based psychiatrist and author of "Self Psychology and Psychosis: the Development of the SELF during the Intensive Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia and the other Psychoses"

Winston Chung, psychiatrist at Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation

Sanno Zack, clinical assistant professor, psychiatry and behavioral sciences, child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford School of Medicine

Roopa Grewal, someone living with borderline personality disorder

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