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Personality Changes Later in Life: Diagnostic and Treatment Considerations

Topics: Bipolar Disorder | Borderline Personality Disorder | Disinhibition | Frontotemporal dementia | Hypomania | Mania | MOCA | Neuropsychological testing | Personality Disorders | Self-injury | Stimulants | Suicide

CGPR: What is the course of personality disorders as people age? Dr. Tampi: Personality usually doesn’t change much. People with borderline personality disorder (BPD), for example, don’t usually experience significant changes once they reach middle age. Experiences over a person’s lifespan may teach them skills that blunt their sharp edges, but

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