I understand why this article is locked, and I think it's a good idea to keep it so.
The result should be a more objective and professional-looking entry, but in this case, there is a simple editing error which produces the opposite effect.
I thought, due to DBT, BPD is becoming more recognized by professionals because it is seen as something treatable.
I cannot offer exact figures, but could point to different recent state-funded projects rolling out DBT for BPD in the wider population. "21st Century investigations seem to clearly indicate that this BPD does not 'exist' physically or mentally" - I am not sure what investigations you are referring to - the article includes an abundance of 21st C references which argue for its existence, and could/should include far more.
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Also, much of his work pre-dates contemporary understanding of BPD (as well as numerous other conditions), so I am not sure how relevant it is to the particular subject of this article.
"In short, there is a large and growing community of scientists, doctors and professionals who agree that this is not only an illogical classification, but not a 'disorder'" - Is there?
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It is not clear whether schema-focused therapy is excepted because it wasn't studied or because it isn't very effective. In short, there is a large and growing community of scientists, doctors and professionals who agree that this is not only an illogical classification, but not a 'disorder'.
.207 (talk) , 26 June 2015 (UTC) Why is there no 'criticism' section like with most wiki articles?
People are very different across the board and the reasons for symptoms are so different that it is silly to band all people with similar (and very broad) symptoms together and call what they 'have' a 'disorder'. It could be useful to include some criticisms, so it might be beneficial if you listed some.
Anyway, you all do sterling work here on wiki, I just thought you may want to have some criticisms of this, especially as 21st Century investigations seem to clearly indicate that this BPD does not 'exist' physically or mentally. Szasz' views are noteworthy, but I am not sure how much they pertain to BPD in particular, rather than being conventional mental disorder categories in general.