Negative Attitude of Healthcare Professionals towards Borderline Personality Disorder

&nbsp. In this regard, the researcher identified few research objectives and questions highlighting the issue. The rationale for the research topic was ascertained in the form of prevailing healthcare professionals’ practice in treating the borderline personality disorder patients becoming a debatable issue. Furthermore, the literature review revealed that the negative attitude of healthcare professionals is mainly because of the negative and irritable mood and behavior of borderline personality disorder patients.&nbsp. The beliefs and pre-conceived notions of healthcare professionals also affected the treatment of these patients. In order to ascertain these issues, the researcher proposed a robust methodology in the form of conducting primary research using surveys and interviews along with using the anti-positivism research philosophy, inductive research approach, and qualitative research design.
Personality disorders are often curious conditions causing the range of distressing symptoms and behaviors that are often considered as abnormal. Personality disorders include feelings of distress, anger, and anxiety that may cause patients to harm themselves along with difficulty to be calm in wide arrays of situations. Personality disorders emerge in adolescents and continue into the childhood and often are associated with family or genetic disorders. On the other hand, borderline personality disorders can be defined as a ‘border’ between neurosis where the person is mentally stressed but being able to identify the difference between the perception and reality.&nbsp.&nbsp.