Trailer For “Borderline Beast,’ A Film About Brandon Marshall’s Borderline Personality Disorder
Here is a little more background on the trailer and BDP:
“BPD is a well understood psychological disorder. It's not a form of misbehavior,” said Mary Zanarini, a professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School, who treated Marshall this summer.
BPD is a mental illness that studies say is more common than schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, but is rarely diagnosed because of misperceptions in the mental health community, and the challenges of providing a proper treatment plan.
The disorder is marked by difficulties with relationships and self-image and controlling moods and emotions.
During Marshall's treatment at McLean, he learned how to defuse the bomb inside of his head. Now with the tools and a new perspective he's returning to the real world, the NFL, a marriage he admittedly broke, a wife who feels vilified, and must use the skills he's learned to survive, if not thrive.
“By no means am I all healed or fixed,” Marshall said, “but it's like a light bulbs been turned on in my dark room.”
So there you go, turns out there is a name for advanced delusionary schizophrenia with involuntary narcissistic rage.