The author considers the organization concept borderline of personality that is based on three structural criteria: 1. Diffusion of the identity: This criterion is defined as the lack of integration of the concept of self and other significant ones. Thus, the experiencia patient a chronic emptiness and great referring contradiction to the autopercepção, the proper behavior and the perception of the other. 2. Level of the defensive operations Mentions the level to it of organization with predominance of the primitive defenses. These defenses are launched as protection of the ego to the conflicts, dissociando contradictory experiences of self and other significant ones. They are they: - Clivagem: Division of self and/total bad good objects in - primitive Idealização: Exaggerated trend to see objects as good - primitive Forms of projection: Projetiva identification that is characterized by: trend to continue to experenciar an impulse at the same time where he is projected; fear of another one (fancy of that the other controls the projected impulse) and necessity to control the other. - Denial: Opposing recognition of the presence of perceptions, feelings and thoughts to the Expresses, without it has emotional relevance or influence in the patient.
- Onipotência and depreciation: Derivative of inflated, highly huge the clivagem and represented by one self and onipotente that one becomes related with contemptuous representations of the other, including the projection of aspects devaluated of self. 3. Capacity of test of the reality Is about a capacity kept in the patient and defined by the author as “the capacity to differentiate between self and não-self and the origins intrapsíquica and external of the perceptions and stimulatons, and to evaluate our proper affection, behavior and thought in terms of common social norms”. The patient borderline presents inespecíficas characteristics of organization, such as: weakness of the ego - translated in the lack of control of the impulse, lack of tolerance to the anxiety and fa