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... Your BPD story so far is very interesting. ... (2 replies)
... I am hoping someone can give me some advice. I have been in a relationship with a wonderful guy for the past 7 months. ... (1 replies)
... It's really hard not to when your brain is just functioning at that level. I usually end any friendship or relationship if they do one thing I don't like and I say to myself well they aren't worth my time forget it and completely cut them off... ... (23 replies)

... I was married to a guy like that and it didn't work out. He either freaked because I was too close, or was paranoid because he thought the fact that I sometimes have to talk to men at work meant I was planning on leaving him. Both caused him to become angry, irrational, shout at me at the top of his voice, throw things at me and become generally verbally and emotionally and on... (1 replies)
... For research, the best place is right here. Go to every thread with BPD or borderline. Read all my posts, rosequarts or ScaredWife. Rose's and scaredwife's describe what it's like to be in a relationship with a borderline. ... (6 replies)
... and BPD is the first thing that has ever made sense to me as an explanation. ... (2 replies)
... Yes you're quite right, the BPD label is used to batter and shame its suffferers and all those who associate with them. ... (11 replies)
... n into consideration before the diagnosis is made and abandonment whether real or false is an area but not a major one. The main thing that qualifies someone as BPD is that they tend to react that best serves themselves and are really not concerned about how it effects others or the long term consequences of their actions. ... (7 replies)
... I am a nonBPD that is running from my BPD wife. If you are diagnosed with BPD, then a therapist should answer the question. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 22 year old female who just recently started posting on the boards and I have noticed that this thread is filled with posts regarding people who have had to "deal" with others who suffer with BPD. ... (3 replies)
... I guess my entire basis of thinking I have this disorder was due to my current relationship with my first gf. ... (2 replies)
... Everything or nearly everything in BPD comes down to how we react and why we react to someone else's words or behaviors. ... (7 replies)
Meds and BPD
May 10, 2014
... It's really awesome to see that meds are working for you. Whether it's a typical treatment for BPD or not I'd say keep taking them. I'm a 28 year old male and was only diagnosed with BPD last year. ... (4 replies)
... o married female, with 2 grown children. I was diagnosed, correctly, with BPD when I was 16 years old. ... (38 replies)
Question- BPD
Nov 9, 2012
... It could be BPD which is not the end of the world, trust me on that. I thought it was when I was diagnosed with it a few years ago. I have learned to live with it. You could also just have BPD traits without the actual diagnosis of BPD. I like to think of it as a different way of thinking from most people... ... (2 replies)
... Hey Angel and jungl, it sounds as if the two of you are dealing with some pretty stressful situations right now....sorry to hear it. ... (2 replies)
... our honesty and your strength. Of course your story is helping, every bit helps when it comes to helping people. From what I have learned, you are quite right, BPD is much like alcohol or drug addiction in that it is a lifelong disease, no cures, no magic pills..... ... (38 replies)
... something who was recently diagnosed with BPD. Right now, I define myself by this fact, even though I know I shouldn't. ... (6 replies)
... In case you haven't read any of my previous posts, I was diagnosed with BPD when I was a teenager. I am now 42. I am in recovery. ... (6 replies)
... bpd, and I agree that it is ironic that Tim would say that about a relationship. However, the most important thing is NOT that you're together in the end, since bpd has no end. What really matters is the journey, the understanding, the caring, the communication, the love. ... (20 replies)


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