Feeling out of touch with reality.
People with BPD often struggle with paranoia or suspicious thoughts about others’ motives. When under stress, you may even lose touch with reality—an experience known as dissociation. You may feel foggy, spaced out, or as if you’re outside your own body.HelpGuide.org
Difficulty trusting, which is sometimes accompanied by irrational fear of other people’s intentions. Feelings of dissociation, such as feeling cut off from oneself, seeing oneself from outside one’s body, or feelings of unreality.NIMH
Periods of stress-related paranoia and loss of contact with reality, lasting from a few minutes to a few hours.Mayo Clinic
Dissociative feelings—disconnecting from your thoughts or sense of identity or “out of body” type of feelings—and stress-related paranoid thoughts.NAMI
This is one of nine traits used to diagnose borderline personality disorder. Many are common to other disorders, and you should seek professional guidance (if accessible) if you are concerned about a diagnosis.