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... sten to this man plot revenge against his last wife for all the years I've known him. The only thing that's kept her alive, per him, is that fact that she's the mother of his children and he felt that they'd somehow know it was him if something happened to her. I don't have that protection. ... (25 replies)
... My Mom was a lousy mother in a lot of ways...she was an alcoholic, and more or less ignored my sister and I. I now know that she was BPD, and had huge coping problems. ... (91 replies)
Fresh new update
Nov 4, 2005
... Of course, the BPD way is to blame others, so when the therapist starts realizing that the sick one is not YOU, then the one with BPD HAS to think that the counselor is not very good or is a phony. Or at least that the counseling isn't working. How could it possibly be his problem? ... (149 replies)

... line personality disorder AND bipolar. Ive read around and its possible to have both. I have been diagnosed bipolar type 2 rapid cycling, but it more sounds like BPD to me as well. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 27 year old female who was diagnosed with BPD and major depression four years ago after a suicide attempt. Things got so bad I was institutionalized, and almost thrown into jail. ... (17 replies)
Fresh new update
Oct 2, 2005
... always telling you about told my daughter that she was gonna blacken my eye because I am keeping her from her mother. And that I have been keeping her from her mother for the past four months! I didn't tell this girl to be out chasing boys all night. ... (149 replies)
... My mother would have said she knew nothing about it, other than my father's leaving, and she'd have been right. ... (91 replies)
... I'm wondering, from what i've read about BPD, it stems from the relationship with the mother, and if your neices mom is your sister, I'm wondering what role your mother played in all of this. Please forgive me if it's too personal, I'm just trying to understand. Sorry to hear you lost a cat. My heart goes out to you. ... (4 replies)
... I have been reading the posts on this website and would like some feedback from you as to whether this sounds like a relationship with a borderline. Two years ago I met a woman, who I thought was the love of my life (long distance relationship). Warm, caring, understanding. However there was always another side to her, an unexplainable dark side. We were both married at... (1 replies)
... Hi wolfpud, like you I've found that 'avoidance' is one of my preferred strategies in stressful situations too. It is a really bad habbit to break, but I needed to learn to develop new dialogue skills and messages that will enable me to express my distress without offending the offending party. YOu know those statments that go "when you do 'x', I feel like . . . . . ... (10 replies)
... Hi, I have BPD (among other mental-health disorders) and there have been times I wanted to break up with my wonderful BF & I would say rotten things, but luckily for me he is very patient and understands my orientation. He told me once that it was confusing, though, because I seem to be "so normal" and then BAAM I go swinging off to left field for reasons he doesn't... (11 replies)
... Try to be kind to yourself, Karen. You've got a lot on your plate being BPD and with what all you've been through. ... (21 replies)
... OMG!!!:eek: This guy is a total NUT job!!! Obviously, you HAVE to MOVE! but, the other place would have called by now, don't you think? Why don't you call them? Then you can start looking again if you need to. I'm with you on the "no notice" idea. It would be nice to get your deposit back, but is it worth possibly risking your life or the rest of your possessions? ... (91 replies)
... The scary situation, is a landlord, who wants to have an affair with me....I very innocently asked him to fix my vacuum (in front of his wife)....he did....then I started getting e-mails, asking about "payment". He wanted to have coffee and cookies with me.....in bed. His first wife died in a mysterious fire....apparently, he was suspected. I am supposed to be moving Jan... (91 replies)
... Hi Lil :wave: How was your Christmas? Did you get a lump of coal in your stocking? or lots or nice presents from Santa this year? :jester: I don't know where my son's girlfriend found it, but each of the kids got "coal" bubble gum in their stockings. It was too cute. They got a lot of nice presents, too, of course. I'm a little upset with my daughter-in-law... (91 replies)
Idk
Dec 8, 2007
... Honestly i don't know. Could someone say if this sounds like bpd or not? ... (2 replies)
Fresh new update
Oct 18, 2005
... can spot potential trouble a mile away. I guess I don't understand why the girl's mother doesn't see anything odd about a man that age being so interested in a 14 yr old. I'm sorry that so much seems to fall on you in every aspect of family life. ... (149 replies)
... There you go HAHAH love the copy and paste button. My doctor thinks I could have BPD since a lot of these symptoms describe me but since I'm only 16 I cannot be diagnosed because my personality could change. I don't think it will tho. ... (15 replies)
... amilies show the same respect that they themselves want to their own children then much of the pattern can be reduced so that you ar not at a risk for becoming a BPD person with this challenge. ... (16 replies)
BPD vs Depression
Nov 24, 2002
... well, from my own personal experience, BPD and depression DEFINITELY do NOT always go hand in hand. a person CAN have both, but they are not related. ... (3 replies)




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