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... he means it. I believe he really is hurting... and all this manipulation is just a cry for help.... but I've accepted that I am no longer going to be the one to help him. It's taken over my life and damn it, I want it back! ... (48 replies)
... It's very difficult for kids with a borderline parent. My daughter knows that first hand. ... (18 replies)
... please try and find these books that Scared Wife has recommended to you. What you are describing is typical behavior of a borderline that has either not been diagnosed or is not in treatment. If he won't seek help, and you still want to stay with him, then you can seek help for yourself. ... (18 replies)

... This is a year and a half old thread, so it's unlikely you will get a response from the original poster. But perhaps someone else can help you. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks so much for your advice! I am glad to know that you think the behaviour is not quite normal. I was even looking into Borderline Pers. Disorder as it is quite amazing how he turns from being so adorable to seething with such hate. ... (16 replies)
... Well sweetie he isn't the sick one you are. He knows what is wrong with him and he is quite happy to have company in his world. Even psychiatric units never admit more than a couple of borderlines because they will sabotage everyones treatment and the whole ward will suffer. There is a cure but you seem to like right where you are...there must be a payoff for you to stay... (7 replies)
... month into it... But like a fool I really thought I could help and change him... Show him what like can be like as a happy person show him that he can be loved and that love is real.... ... (7 replies)
... My bf alredy acknowledges he has mild OCD and he's on Paxil for anxiety/mild depression. Yesterday I encountered a BPD website and most of the symptoms my bf has: tumultuous/dependant relationships with people close to him, being able to switch on/off feelings of anger, always feeling abondoned and nobody loving him, and the slightest things truly hurt him to the point where... (18 replies)
... but I feel like I cannot stand walking on eggshells anymore. His mood turns on a dime and I feel that his accusations and behavior are becoming borderline abusive. I don't know how to help him and I'm just getting really tired of the roller coaster. ... (9 replies)
... look up BPD, borderline personality disorder......it stems from abandonment issues. I discovered an ex had it when i started coming here and researching anger management. ... (15 replies)
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Nov 14, 2010
... might i ask How old are you and how many boyfriends have you had. (18 replies)
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Nov 13, 2010
... boyfriend of mine who had borderline personality disorder. He manipulated me for a while, and then I ended the relationship because I didn't want to be manipulated anymore. ... (18 replies)
... mail, telling her I was through with her behavior, that she might feel happy the way she is but that I'm trying to help myself and change, and that she seriously needed to back off. My ex supplied the coherence and I supplied the story. ... (48 replies)
... if you really want to change and help yourself, I suggest reading "co-dependent no more". It changed my perspective on things. I used to meet everyones needs to the exclusion of my own (something I learned from my mother). This is the bottom line and pretty much sums up the definition of co-dependency. (48 replies)
... Posts like these are what got me through this mess. Thank you x100. (48 replies)
... I know exactly what you mean. I found myself lying about how great he is... just because I was so ashamed of what people would think of me if they knew the truth... that he treated me horribly. I know it must be hard for others to understand, but in all honesty- you don't owe them an explanation. You know that what you did was right, and I am sure that as time goes on, people... (48 replies)
... Anyway, being separated will certainly help you get things back in perspective and it already sounds like you know you've done the right thing. ... (48 replies)
... Hi Simplyd You could have been describing me in your post. I am exactly like you, to the tee. I am also a caregiver and always feel it is my responsibility to take care of people. The problem is, I have been told, is that we don't take care of ourselves. I have known this man for two years. In the beginning of our relationship he tried everything to try to get me to... (48 replies)
... I hope you've figured out this answer by now....do you help him one more time? ... (48 replies)
... s offended you, so you start defending yourself. It has taken me a couple bad relationships to pick up on these patterns. I'm a caretaker, so when I hear "please help me" it is next to impossible for me not to. ... (48 replies)


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