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Do mothers with borderline personality disorder oscillate in their behavior towards their children? Implications for interventions: commentary on Stepp, Whalen, Pilkonis, Hipwell, and Levine's article "Children of mothers with borderline personality disorder: identifying parenting behaviors as potential targets for intervention".
Personal Disord. 2012 Jan; 3(1):98-100; discussion 104-6.PD

Abstract

Comments on an article Children of mothers with borderline personality disorder: Identifying parenting behaviors as potential targets for intervention by Stepp, Whalen, Pilkonis, Hipwell, and Levine (see record 2011-05873-001). Maternal borderline personality disorder (BPD) may present a challenge for children's development (Macfie, 2009). Although the fertility rate for women with BPD is relatively low (McGlashan, 1986; Stone, 1990), BPD affects women exclusively during their childbearing years: from adolescence (Ludolph et al., 1990) through middle age (Paris, 1993). Stepp and her colleagues provide a rich introduction to the need for interventions for offspring of women with BPD. They also provide a wide range of suggestions.

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Department of Psychology, University of Tennessee, USA. macfie@utk.edu

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Journal Article
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Language

eng

PubMed ID

22448865

Citation

Macfie, Jenny. "Do Mothers With Borderline Personality Disorder Oscillate in Their Behavior Towards Their Children? Implications for Interventions: Commentary On Stepp, Whalen, Pilkonis, Hipwell, and Levine's Article "Children of Mothers With Borderline Personality Disorder: Identifying Parenting Behaviors as Potential Targets for Intervention"." Personality Disorders, vol. 3, no. 1, 2012, pp. 98-100; discussion 104-6.
Macfie J. Do mothers with borderline personality disorder oscillate in their behavior towards their children? Implications for interventions: commentary on Stepp, Whalen, Pilkonis, Hipwell, and Levine's article "Children of mothers with borderline personality disorder: identifying parenting behaviors as potential targets for intervention". Personal Disord. 2012;3(1):98-100; discussion 104-6.
Macfie, J. (2012). Do mothers with borderline personality disorder oscillate in their behavior towards their children? Implications for interventions: commentary on Stepp, Whalen, Pilkonis, Hipwell, and Levine's article "Children of mothers with borderline personality disorder: identifying parenting behaviors as potential targets for intervention". Personality Disorders, 3(1), 98-100; discussion 104-6. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0026041
Macfie J. Do Mothers With Borderline Personality Disorder Oscillate in Their Behavior Towards Their Children? Implications for Interventions: Commentary On Stepp, Whalen, Pilkonis, Hipwell, and Levine's Article "Children of Mothers With Borderline Personality Disorder: Identifying Parenting Behaviors as Potential Targets for Intervention". Personal Disord. 2012;3(1):98-100; discussion 104-6. PubMed PMID: 22448865.
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