An individual therapist can work with the child to increase her personal distress tolerance and coping skills and shift her ways of thinking to be less problematic.
And parents can work to address environmental factors.
I was triggered by so many of my cases, and I wanted to save and rescue every child out there, which I obviously could not do. With all of the parents I worked with, I let them know the importance of their words and actions, especially those done in the presence of their children.
I also did my best to speak encouraging, validating words to the children for as long I could possibly work with each of them.
The proposed model fit the data well; perceived childhood emotional invalidation partially mediated the relationship between features of BPD and romantic relationship dysfunction, even when controlling for the presence of a major depressive episode in the last year.
The findings of this study suggest that individuals with features of BPD experience relationship dysfunction that cannot be accounted for by comorbid depression and that perceived childhood emotional invalidation may contribute to these problems.
Many parents want to know, “What causes my child to feel so sad , lonely, depleted, apathetic, or angry?!
I see many kids and teens that suffer from Depression, bipolar disorder, and borderline personality traits in therapy.They legitimately cannot understand why or how a child could be so emotional, and commonly get annoyed or dismissive with the child’s feelings.In this case, it is sometimes helpful to think of your child as a “highly sensitive person” instead of a flawed, weirdo for her emotional responses.Your access to the NCBI website at gov has been temporarily blocked due to a possible misuse/abuse situation involving your site.This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.This study examines the relationship between features of BPD and current romantic relationship dysfunction, and demonstrates that perceived emotional invalidation by parents during childhood mediates the relationship between BPD features and current romantic relationship dysfunction.