New York Magazine asks the tough questions about the mental stability of your favorite unhinged reality TV loons, including Jezebel fave Ramona of Real Housewives of NYC. After consulting with a shrink and a copy of the DSM-IV, New York decided in the least scientific way possible that Ramona, Audrina from The Hills, and Tanisha from the Bad Girls Club all exhibit behavioral patterns which imply Borderline Personality Disorder. One of the earmarks of BPD is "A pattern of unstable and intense interpersonal relationships characterized by alternating between extremes of idealization and devaluation." That doesn't sound like Ramona at all! [NYM]
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