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Borderline Personality and the “Pain Paradox”

© Axelbueckert | Dreamstime.com - Young Woman With Scars From Self-harm Photo

© Axelbueckert | Dreamstime.com – Young Woman With Scars From Self-harm Photo

Borderline personality is more prevalent in those with chronic pain, and linked to poorer coping and greater pain severity. Yet, self-harm in BP is linked to low or no pain. Read my post to understand why this may be so.

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This entry was posted on July 27, 2015 by in Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Depression, or Other Mood-Related Posts, PTSD/Trauma and tagged , , .

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