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Will a person grow out of a borderline personality disorder?

Paul  Hokemeyer, PhD
Marriage & Family Therapy

Yes. Over time and with a sustained and committed effort, people do recover from this incredibly painful disorder. In addition, there is evidence people in their mid 40's begin to "age out" of the condition and become more grounded in their identities, their relationships and their emotions.

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