One of the most telling and damaging testimonies in the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp bombshell case was that of a forensic psychologist, Dr. Curry. The psychologist stated that Amber Heard had personality disorders. Specifically, two personality disorders- Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and Histrionic Personality Disorder.
See the Video of Dr. Curry Explaining Amber Heard’s BPD Diagnosis:
Once these diagnoses were introduced in court, all evidence and conversation were looked at through her mental health diagnosis.
What is Borderline Personality Disorder?
A borderline Personality disorder is an emotionally unstable personality disorder that negatively affects your interpersonal relationships.
Below are some of the behavioral symptoms associated with BPD.
- Extreme Fear of Abandonment
- Unstable Relationships
- Constant Feelings of Emptiness
- Explosive Anger
- Extreme Emotional Mood Swings
- Self Destructive Behaviors
- Feeling Out Of Touch With Reality
Below is a video of Amber Heard going to Johnny’s hotel room after stating he was physically abusing her. Many claim this video shows her personality disorder and her attempts at manipulation:
Does Everyone Think She’s Crazy?
Receiving this diagnosis and being viewed by millions of people around the world must have been very distressing for Amber Heard.
The truth is, while BPD is a difficult diagnosis for the individual as well as their loved ones to deal with, there are ways to cope. The best option is to receive individualized therapy to help you cope with the symptoms associated with the mental health disorder.
However, this diagnosis is not a death sentence by any stretch of the imagination. There are numerous treatment options:
- Group Therapy: With this sort of therapy people receive therapy with others with the same diagnosis to discuss their problems and coping mechanisms.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This type of goal-centered therapy, where you UNLEARN negative thoughts and learn much healthier thinking and behavior patterns.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT): This therapy was created specifically for those diagnosed with BPD, this therapy focuses on accepting your life and your behaviors. Also, learn how to manage your unhealthy behaviors and relationships.
No Matter what mental health issue you may be going through, know that there are supportive people willing to help.
For more information on BPD click HERE.
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