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... recently split up with a girl who apparently had BPD, and I guess he must have been bitter about it, because he decided to turn on me. ... (11 replies)
... From waht I know BPD is more reactive, i.e. ... (14 replies)
... I'm a male, 15, a freshman in highschool, and i've noticed i get extremely jealous whenever another guy flirts with this girl i really like, or if she doesn't sit with me on the bus, and doesn't talk to me as much as other guys. Atleast this is what i think. ... (14 replies)

... I admitted on Friday night that I have a mental disorder and my friend who has a medical background was able to point me in the direction of BPD. And I fit all the symptoms except sucide tendencies. But I do want to hurt myself. ... (7 replies)
... I'm with the most generious, kind, gorgeous man ever, I consider myself very lucky to have met him and to be with him after being his best friend for 10 years before we got together. How he looks after me I have to admire him but recently my conditions are killing our relationship. ... (2 replies)
... ex due to his volatile temper. I try very hard to keep my nose out of his business with his girlfriend except to encourage their marriage ASAP... ... (27 replies)
... My best friend has BPD and she finds that exercising makes her feel better about herself and life in general. ... (8 replies)
... good luck with everything! ... (7 replies)
... started counting my moods and actually gave them names. All of my relationships have been unstable. I tend to date guys who lie and cheat, but I always stay with them. ... (3 replies)
BPD And Me ...
Mar 2, 2010
... My best friend and I both suffer from BPD. Yes you can have long lasting relationships with this disorder. I've been married for 12 years, but my husband and I have been together for 13 years. ... (8 replies)
Dual Personality
Dec 22, 2007
... I don't believe by much. Your friend is unique in that his changes are pretty recent and may be a direct result of the accident where as the majority of people with personality disorders have had them for years and don't think their is a problem with how they think and how it effects their life. ... (4 replies)
Possible bpd?
Apr 16, 2006
... I've never been diagnosed with a mental disorder, and I have never seen a therapist... because I simply thought I was going to go completely insane one day, and it wasn't treatable. ... (2 replies)
... went to help on Monday evening. Tuesday I stayed home due to an evening dr. appt. I had. He presently has no phone so I didn't expect him to go to a pay phone with the downpour we had here. He called me at 1am telling me his father was in ICU with internal bleeding. ... (20 replies)
... Well, I'm 18, female and I think I have BPD. My behaviour has been persistent for the past 3 to 4 years. I'll give you a account of my symptoms. Bear with me as I have to be absolutely sure. Only then can I tell my parents and seek professional help. ... (2 replies)
... But it sounds like he was very patient with your ups and downs and neediness and gently held up the mirror for you to see yourself. ... (13 replies)
Fresh new update
Oct 8, 2005
... pt going on and on and on. I was madder than I ever was talking to him. He's telling me that I have a problem, I'm insecure, I need counselling.....I should go with him, blah blah blah..... ... (149 replies)
... have the illness could never understand what we do sometimes and if he just can't forgive what you did then would you really still want to pursue a relationship with him? ... (7 replies)
... At first, the lexapro with the klonopin was AWESOME, I felt like never before in my life but it seems to not be working at all and maybe even putting worse things and thought in my head. ... (2 replies)
... and actually fell in love with a virtual man, a handsome, dashing avatar created by someone somewhere. ... (7 replies)
... I'm assuming that her depression is the natural reaction to having broke up with you. Borderline people tend to get extremely low after a breakup or when they loose someone close to them. ... (4 replies)

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