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Do untreated BPD turn into full-blown narcissists in the long run?

Untreated Borderline Personality Disorder does not turn into Narcissistic Personality Disorder. The basic result of having untreated BPD is that you live your entire life with untreated BPD.Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder are separate and unrelated disorders that result from the habits formed by a small child with a particular inborn temperament trying to adapt to a parenting style that was a poor fit for his or her needs. BPD and NPD can be viewed as two different types of adaption to a childhood situation.Although these two adaptations have some things in common, they are distinctly different responses. Their main similarities result from sharing the issues that all people with personality disorders experience, but each personality disorder expresses these common difficulties in a somewhat different way. Below is a brief introduction to some of these similarities and differences.What do BPD and NPD have in common?Both lack whole object relations (WOR) and object constancy (OC).This means that people with BPD and NPD cannot form an integrated, realistic, and stable sense of themselves and other people. The person with one of these two disorders can only shift back and forth between seeing themselves and other people as either all-good or all-bad.The Split Object Relations Part UnitWhen they are with other people, a split 3–part unit is formed that only shows one side. This is called a “split object relations part unit” because it will either be composed of all the good feelings or all the bad ones.Part 1—How the person with the PD feels and acts.Part 2—How the other person involved reacts.Part 3—The emotional atmosphere between them.This way of looking at personality disorders is from the theoretical orientation called “Object Relations” theory. Otto Kernberg’s and James F. Masterson’s work on personality disorders developed this perspective and both have written many books on this topic.This viewpoint has the benefit of illuminating the reasons behind the often counterproductive behavior that is seen in people with these disorders. Once you understand the limitations a lack of whole object relations and a lack of object constancy impose on intimate relationships, it is easier to understand that a lot of the fighting in the relationship is due to the person with a PD's inability to stay connected to someone when they see the other person’s flaws. There is no place for flaws in their all-good state, and there is no place for what was previously loved when the person is seen as all-bad.BPD form of all-good: I am lovable and you love me and we are feeling great right now. You are my good mommy or daddy.BPD form of all-bad: I am ugly and unlovable, you are rejecting and abandoning me. We dislike each other and everything feels all-bad. You are my bad mommy or daddy.NPD form of all-good: I am perfect, special, and entitled to special treatment and the best of everything. You are my admiring audience who mirrors back to me my perfection. I feel great when I am in this state.NPD form of all-bad: I am worthless, defective garbage. I am entitled to nothing. You are attacking and humiliating me. I feel deep shame about my flaws when I am in the all-bad state.They both lose object constancy (OC) during a fight.This means that even if 10 minutes ago, they were saying “I love you” and were planning a bright future with you, they cannot access those good feelings when they are in a fight with you. Lack of object constancy makes it easier to abuse the other person because everything good about that person is now out of awareness.During a fight, you become the all-bad enemy and they can justify behaving very abusively towards you because, if they feel bad inside, someone else must be at fault.Splitting occurs. When they are feeling good in your presence, they project all good things onto you. When they are feeling badly, they see you as all-bad.Sometimes the all-good role is projected onto one person and all the split off bad things are projected onto someone else.Examples of BPD Splitting:The client needs to see two different mental health professionals, a psychiatrist for medication and a psychologist for psychotherapy. The client may project the all-good role onto one of them and the all-bad role onto the other.Or when talking about their parents, they may describe one as an all-good Saint and the other as the all-bad monster.Examples of NPD Splitting: The woman with NPD has two children. She describes one as her “golden child” who is beautiful and perfect. Everything bad is projected onto the other child who becomes the family scapegoat. Sometimes this is a fairly stable situation, but other times the NPD mother may change who is her favorite as her feelings shift.Or, their new lover is seem as the perfect unicorn who deserves to be idealized, while their perfectly nice ex is devalued as a piece of worthless garbage with no good qualities.They are both impulsive.People with BPD and people with NPD tend to get overly caught up in their current emotional state. They lose sight of the big picture and how their current behavior is likely to affect the relationship as a whole.What are the major differences between BPD and NPD?Interpersonal GoalsBPD : Find true unconditional love with someone who will be a combination lover/parent figure.NPD: Gain high status, be acknowledged as special, always being seen as all-knowing and always right.Interpersonal FearsBPD: Being abandoned or engulfed by the emotional needs of the other person.NPD: Public failure that exposes all their flaws and confirms that they are not special and have been faking their way through life.Punchline: Borderline Personality Disorder cannot turn into Narcissistic Personality Disorder because these are very different diagnoses. They are quite different in what they want from life, what they are seeking from other people, and what they fear. Think of a pear and an apple. They are both fruit, but neither turns into the other as they age.A2AElinor Greenberg, PhD, CGP in private practice in NYC and the author of the book: Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations.www.elinorgreenberg.com.

Are there any welfare schemes in India to help poor old people to fulfil basic necessities of their lives?

Anjali Sharma and Deepak Yadav have covered most of the schemes.However I would like to cover a few other schemes that especially target "poor old people" as mentioned in the question.Swalambham Scheme - (PFRDA)Swavalamban Yojana seeks to provide pension scheme to the unorganised sector in India. It will be applicable to all citizens in the unorganized sector who join the National Pension System (NPS) administered by the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) Act 2013.Under the scheme, Government will contribute Rs. 1000 per year to each NPS account opened in the year 2010-11 and for the next three years, that is, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14. The benefit will be available only to persons who join the NPS with a minimum contribution of Rs. 1,000 and maximum contribution of Rs. 12,000 per annum.Scheme of Integrated Programme for Older Persons (IPOP) -Ministry of Social Justice and EmpowermentThe Scheme is being implemented since 1992 and revised w.e.f 1.4.2008. Financial assistance is provided under it to State Governments/ Panchayati Raj Institutions/ Urban Local Bodies and Non Governmental Organisations for running and maintenance of projects like:· Old Age Home;· Day Care Centre;· Mobile Medicare Unit;· Day Care Centre for Alzheimer's Disease/ Dementia Patients;· Physiotherapy Clinic for Older Persons;· Help-lines and Counseling Centres for Older Persons;· Regional Resource and Training Centres; etc.Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS) - Ministry of Rural Developement.Under the Scheme, Central assistance is given towards pension @ Rs. 200/- per month to persons above 60 years, and @ Rs. 500/- per month to persons above 80 years belonging to a household below poverty line, which is meant to be supplemented by at least an equal contribution by the States.National Programme for the Health Care for the Elderly (NPHCE) - Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.Major components of this programme, launched in 2010-11, are:· Community based Primary Healthcare approach;· Strengthening of health services for senior citizens at District Hospitals/ CHC/ PHC/ Sub-Centres;· Dedicated facilities at 100 District Hospitals with 10 bedded wards for the elderly;· Strengthening of 8 Regional Medical Institutions to provide dedicated tertiary level Medical Care for the elderly, with 30 bedded wards, at New Delhi (AIIMS), Chennai, Mumbai, Srinagar, Vanarasi, Jodhpur, Thiruvananthapuram and Guwahati; and· Introduction of PG courses in Geriatric Medicines in the above 8 Institutions and In-Service training of health personnel at all level.An Integrated Programme for Older PersonsThis policy has resulted in the launch of new schemes such as-Strengthening of primary health care system to enable it to meet the health care needs of older personsTraining and orientation to medical and paramedical personnel in health care of the elderly.Promotion of the concept of healthy ageing.Assistance to societies for production and distribution of material on geriatric care.Provision of separate queues and reservation of beds for elderly patients in hospitals.Extended coverage under the Antyodaya Scheme with emphasis on provision of food at subsidized rates for the benefit of older persons especially the destitute and marginalized sections.For any future queries on Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) you can always refer to the planning commission documents - @Page on 100.47.134 and @List of government schemes in IndiaThanks for A2A Ayushi Chhabra ! :) :)

What is taught in physical education in class 11 and 12 in the CBSE board?

See dear …… after you pass your class 10 , you come to be introduced a new subject called PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Usually it's a subject which include information about different games and sports ,value of games and sports in our life,sportsman spirit,development in the field of sports and etc.Physical education is generally of ,Theory - 70 marks.Practical - 30 marks.In class 11 the chapters include are as :-Unit-I: Changing Trends & Career In Physical EducationMeaning & definition of Physical EducationAims & Objectives of Physical EducationChanging trends in Physical EducationVarious Physical Education Courses available in IndiaCareer Options in Physical EducationSoft skills required for different careersUnit-II: Olympic MovementAncient & Modern Olympics (Summer & Winter)Olympic Symbols, Ideals, Objectives & ValuesInternational Olympic CommitteeIndian Olympic AssociationDronacharya Award, Arjuna Award & Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna AwardOrganisational set-up of CBSE Sports & Chacha Nehru Sports AwardUnit-III: Physical Fitness, Wellness & LifestyleMeaning & Importance Of Physical Fitness, Wellness & LifestyleComponents of physical fitnessComponents of Health related fitnessComponents of wellnessPreventing Health Threats Through Lifestyle ChangeConcept of Positive LifestyleUnit-IV: Physical Education & Sports for Differently AbledAims & objectives of Adaptive Physical EducationOrganization promoting Adaptive Sports (Special Olympics Bharat; Paralympics; Deaflympics)Concept and need of Integrated Physical EducationConcept of Inclusion, its need and ImplementationRole of various professionals for children with special needs (Counsellor, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Physical Education Teacher, Speech Therapist & special Educator)Unit-V: YogaMeaning & Importance of YogaElements of YogaIntroduction - Asanas, Pranayam, Meditation & Yogic KriyasYoga for concentration & related Asanas (Sukhasana; Tadasana; Padmasana & Shashankasana)Relaxation Techniques for improving concentration - Yog-nidraUnit-VI: Physical Activity & Leadership TrainingIntroduction to physical activity & leadershipQualities & role of a LeaderBehaviour change stages for physical activity (Pre-contemplation; Contemplation; Planning; Active; Maintenance)Creating leaders through Physical EducationMeaning, objectives & types of Adventure Sports (Rock Climbing, Tracking, River Rafting, Mountaineering, Surfing and Para GlidingSafety measures during physical activity and adventure sportsUnit-VII: Test, Measurement & EvaluationDefine Test, Measurement & EvaluationImportance Of Test, Measurement & Evaluation In SportsCalculation Of BMI & Waist - Hip RatioSomato Types (Endomorphy, Mesomorphy & Ectomorphy)Procedures Of Anthropomatric Measurement – Height, Weight, Arm & Leg LengthUnit-VIII: Fundamentals Of Anatomy & PhysiologyDefine Anatomy, Physiology & Its ImportanceFunction Of Skeleton System, Classification Of Bones & Types Of JointsProperties of MusclesFunction & Structure Of MusclesFunction & Structure Of Respiratory System, Mechanism of RespirationStructure Of Heart & Introduction To Circulatory SystemOxygen debt, second-windUnit-IX: Kinesiology, Biomechanics & SportsMeaning & Importance of Kinesiology & Biomechanics In Phy. Edu. & SportsLevers & Its Types and its application in sportsEquilibrium – Dynamic & Static And Centre Of Gravity and its application in sportsForce – Centrifugal & Centripetal and its application in sportsIntroduction to Buoyancy ForceUnit-X: Psychology & SportsDefinition & Importance Of Psychology In Phy. Edu. & SportsDefine & Differentiate Between Growth & DevelopmentDevelopmental Characteristics At Different Stage Of DevelopmentAdolescent Problems & Their ManagementDefine Learning, Laws Of Learning (Law of Readiness; Law of Effect & Law of Exercise) & Transfer Of LearningPlateau & causes of plateauEmotion: Concept, Type & Controlling of emotionUnit-XI: Training In SportsMeaning & Concept Of Sports TrainingPrinciples Of Sports TrainingWarming up & limbering downLoad, Symptoms of Over-load, Adaptation & RecoverySkill, Technique & StyleRole of Free-play in the development of Motor ComponentUnit-XII: DopingConcept & classification of dopingProhibited Substances & MethodsAthletes ResponsibilitiesSide Effects Of Prohibited SubstancesErgogenic aids & doping in sportsDoping control procedurePractical: 30 MarksPhysical Fitness (AAHPER) - 10 MarksSkill of any one Individual Game of choice - 10 MarksViva - 05 MarksRecord File - 05 Marks.Class 12 chapters include are :-Chapter 1: Planning in SportsKey Points:-* Meaning and Objectives of Planning* Various Committees and their Responsibilities* Tournament – Knock-Out, League or Round Robin and Combination.* Procedure to Draw Fixture – Knock-Out (Bye and Seeding) and League (Staircase and Cyclic)* Intramural and Extramural-Meaning, Objectives & its Significance.* Specific Sports Programme (Sports Day, Health Run, Run for Fun, Run for Specific Cause & Run for Unity).Chapter 2: Adventure Sports and Leadership TrainingKey Points:-* Meaning and objectives of adventure sports.* Types of activities – Camping, Rock climbing, Trekking, River rafting, Mountaineering.* Material requirement and safety measures.* Identification and use of Natural Resources.* Conservation of surrounding.* Creating leaders through physical education.Chapter 3: Sports and NutritionKey Points:-* Balanced Diet and Nutrition: Macro and Micro Nutrients.* Nutritive and Non-nutritive components of the diet.* Eating disorders – Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia.* Effects or Diet on performance.* Eating for weight control – A healthy weight, the Pitfalls of dieting, Food Intolerance and Food Myths.* Sports Nutrition (Fluid & Meal in taking, pre, during and post competition).Chapter 4: PosturesKey Points :-* Concept of correct postures – standing and sitting* Advantages of correct posture.* Causes of Bad posture* Common postural Deformities – Knock Knee; Flat foot; Round shoulders; Lordosis, kyphosis, Bow Legs and Scoliosis.* Physical activities as corrective measures.Chapter 5: Children and SportsKey Points :-* Motor development in children* Factors affecting Motor development* Physical and physiological benefits of exercise on children.* Advantages and Disadvantages of Weight Training and Food supplement for children.* Activities and Quality of Life.Chapter 6: Women and SportsKey Points :-* Sports participation of women in India.* Special consideration (menarche, Menstrual Dysfunction, Pregnancy, Menopause)* Female Athletes Triad (Anaemia, Osteoporosis & Amenorrhoea)* Psychological Aspects of Women Athlete* Sociological Aspects of Sports Participation* IdeologyChapter 7: Test and Measurement in SportsKey Points:-* Measurement of Muscular strength Kraus weber test* Motor Fitness test – AAHPER* Measurement of Cardio-Vascular Fitness-Harward Step Test/Rock Port test.* Measurement of flexibility-Sit & Reach TestChapter 8: Physiology and SportsKey Points:-* Gender differences in physical & physiological parameters.* Physiological factors determining the component of physical fitness.* Effect of exercises on the cardiovascular system.* Effect of exercises on the respiratory system.* Effect of exercises on the Muscular system.* Physiological changes due to ageing* Role of physical activity maintaining functional fitness in aged populationChapter 9: Sports MedicineKey Points :-*Concept & definition*Aims & scope of Sports medicine*Impact of surfaces & environment on Athletes*Sports Injuries – Classification, causes & preventive measures*Management of Injuries.*Soft Tissue Injuries (Abrasion Contusion, Laceration, Incision, Sprain & strain)*Bone & joint Injuries(Dislocation, Fracture: Stress fracture, Green Stick, Comminuted, Transverse & Oblique & impacted)Chapter 10: Biomechanics and SportsKey points:* Projectile & Factors affecting projectile trajectory* Angular & Linear movements.* Introduction to work, Power and Energy.* Friction* Mechanical Analysis of walking and RunningChapter 11: Psychology and SportsKey Points :-* Understanding Stress – Meaning, definitions, types, effects & management* Anxiety – Meaning, Definitions, effect & management* Coping strategies – Problem-focused and emotional focused* Personality – Meaning, definitions its dimensions and types, Role of sports in personality development.* Motivation – meaning its types & techniques.* Self-esteem & body image* Psychological benefits of exercise.Chapter 12: Training in SportsKey Points :-* Strength – Definition, Types and methods of improving strength-isometric, isotonic and isokinetic.* Endurance – Definition, types and methods of developing endurance continuous training, interval training and fartlek training.* Speed- Definition, types and methods of developing speed-Acceleration run and pace run.* Flexibility – Definition, types and methods to improve flexibility.* Coordinative Abilities – Definition and types.Practical (Maximum marks: 30)CategoryMarksPhysical Fitness (AAHPER)10Skill of an Individual Game of choice from the given list**10Viva5Record File***5So atlast i want to thanks for the question, i hope it help you.Thank you

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