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... Right here man. I have been doing that for years and years and I have lost a lot of great friends because of bpd. I have screwed up wonderful relationships, you name it. ... (23 replies)
... How strange. My daughter has bpd and rather than dropping friends she smothers them. She "drops in on" these people each day to the point that some have told her, "you come over too much. ... (23 replies)
... i guess...yeah, i have a problem keeping friends... ... (23 replies)

... l as soon as they make a small "mistake" or say something you dislike, than you feel all alone again and desperately want them back again. That has nothing to do with forgetting to call people! ... (23 replies)
... I was diagnosed with bpd and today I disagree with the doctor who gave me that diagnosis. ... (23 replies)
... Oh my gosh, Caytie!! Your post is soooo me. It's crayzie! I was just diagnosed with bpd yesterday and I was scared and posted in the bipolar threads, because I did not know this one was here. I was doubting my diagnosis, but maybe he's right!!! ... (23 replies)
... I have bpd and I do the same thing. The interesting thing is that two of my friends also have bpd so it's like a battle between the three of us. One will talk to me for two weeks straight online and then disappear for a month. ... (23 replies)
... I can relate so much to everyone's stories on here. I have never been able to keep friends. The friends I usually do make are battling very similar demons, and the friendships are intense for a while, and then turn non existent. ... (23 replies)
... Hi Caytie, its nice to know other people have this problem. I can't keep friends either, at least not close ones. I never knew I was causing the problems until I was diagnosed. ... (23 replies)
... I do this too.I also have BPD and have no friends anymore.I just have my husband and kids.I also do this with my family too.I hate being alone but I intentionally make myself alone.it sux and it furthers the depression and social phobia.I'm a complete mess and I hate it. ... (23 replies)
... My husband has BPD and I see this happening to him alot. Most of his friends are family so it is a double issue. He has uncles that he spends time with. ... (23 replies)
... When you say it is not intentional, do you MEAN to keep in touch with them, but just forget, are busy with other things etc? ... (23 replies)
Do I Have BPD?
Apr 16, 2003
... rainy 1, the charming 1 or the good looking 1.Its a really weird feeling and i need someone to understand what it is i'm feeling so they can give me advice.Is it BPD or is it somthing else. ... (4 replies)
... i have soooo many friends i miss.. sooo badly.. i tend to go through friends rather fast.. with me though they tend to decide im not who they thought i was and decide they dont want anything to do with me.. or.. i dunno.. ... (23 replies)
... Isn't this part of the very definition of BPD? I don't have it, but I had a roommate who did, and she did this same thing, over and over. (23 replies)
... My friend (whom I mentioned in a previous post) used to do that to me. She'd just kind of cut me off for months at a time. It used to hurt my feelings, then it made me mad, then when I learned about BPD, I just got used to it. Now I just let her have her space. LOL. (23 replies)
... I feel insulted, so I ditch them completely, then I feel bad about hanging out with any of their friends. ... (23 replies)
... I have few friends but many acquaintances. I can be around a person for a few hours but then need to be alone. ... (23 replies)
... I feel I have no friends. The old ones dont call anymore and the new ones are usually people who are interested in romance. Im sick of being without friends..... (23 replies)
... What is an example of "smothering people" and "getting too close too fast"? What does that mean? Other people have left you for no apparent reason. Hmmm maybe they are borderline? They felt you were terrible because you said one or two things that they disliked. (23 replies)




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