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Untitled "BPD has a higher incidence of occurrence compared to schizophrenia or bipolar disorder and is present in approximately 2% of the general public" (Johnston). Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD, is an emotional disorder that makes unstable behavior and anxiety in a person. Holden Caulfield, from J.D. Salinger's, 1948 novel, The Catcher in the Rye was psychoanalyzed by many subscribers. Psychoanalysis is insightfully looking at a personalities action and behaviour to better understand them emotionally. From psychoanalyzing Holden Caulfield's behaviour and thoughts, it becomes evident he has Borderline Personality Disorder brought on by his childhood trauma and neglect, and portrayed through symptoms that harm his himself and relationships. Holden's Borderline Personality Disorder is brought on by injury and injury during his childhood, and separation in the family, all largely circulating throughout the death of his younger brother, Allie ("Mayo Clinic"). Holden had a very traumatic childhood, due to the departure Allie, who he conveys his love and dedication to his dead brother. Holden, frequently does not seem to grasp that Allie is lifeless, and appears to bring out Allie's soul in objects. The red hunting cap, reminds Holden of Allie, because it's also red like Allie's hair, Holden also conveys this hat throughout the novel (Salinger 17). Another thing Holden carries with him that reminds him Allie is Allie's baseball mitten, Holden admits "to have it with me, in my luggage" (39). This baseball mitten, seems like the only matter of Allie's which Holden possesses, and reminds him lovingly of who and the way Allie was a person, Holden admitting that it was in his suitcase, tells us that he travels with it and it's a.