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18-year-old level 100 student admitted to the hospital due to obsessive behaviour towards her boyfriend

Barbara Gertrude Eshun 4 weeks ago 0

An 18-year-old level hundred student in China, known as Xiaoyu, has been admitted to the hospital due to obsessive behaviour towards her boyfriend.

Doctors suspect she may be suffering from borderline personality disorder, as reported by The South China Morning Post.

Xiaoyu’s fixation on her boyfriend began during her first year of university, leading to an unhealthy dependency characterized by constant communication demands and a need for updates on his whereabouts, causing strain on their relationship.

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The situation escalated when Xiaoyu made over 100 phone calls to her boyfriend in a single day without any response.

Frustrated and upset, she resorted to damaging household items. Concerned for her safety, the boyfriend contacted the police. Authorities arrived just in time to prevent Xiaoyu from jumping off the balcony.

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She was subsequently taken to the hospital, where doctors diagnosed her with borderline personality disorder, according to The South China Morning Post.

Although not a medical term, colloquially referred to as “love brain,” this obsessive behaviour in romantic relationships can indicate underlying psychological conditions.

Dr. Du Na, a doctor at the hospital treating Xiaoyu, explained that borderline personality disorder often coexists with anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, possibly stemming from unhealthy childhood attachments. Dr. Du highlighted the expectation for immediate responses to messages as a significant stressor in Xiaoyu’s case.

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While mild cases may benefit from emotional management techniques, severe instances like Xiaoyu’s require medical attention. Dr. Du underscored the importance of intervention, noting that unresolved childhood issues often contribute to such conditions.

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