BPD tends to be a frequent diagnosis for females, primarily those females who have many of the above symptoms including frequent SIB and suicidal thoughts.
This article will focus on highlighting male BPD symptoms and some of the red flags to look out for.
She takes medication that helps her focus better at work and has steps (like writing everything down) to avoid forgetting important things, stay more organized, etc.
Despite this, she is very disorganized and often gets distracted.
Some research suggests that BPD is a disorder often identified and diagnosed mainly in women.
Rarely is it ever diagnosed or even considered a diagnosis for a man. Because the pre-established gender norms (that are limited) have made identifying symptoms of BPD difficult in men.