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... Should I just put myself aside and help him one last time? ... (48 replies)
... The problem is not that we want to help people. That is admirable. ... (48 replies)
... he's sick with a mental health condition.....do some research on BDP, borderline personality disorder, and also bi-polar. I'd bet money that he has one or the other. You can't stay in an abusive relationship, you need to find a way to get out. (16 replies)

... OK, first off let me say that you’re one of the reasons why I post on this board. I’m so glad you know that what he’s doing is wrong. IT HAS ONLY BEEN 4 MONTHS!! That is NOT NOT NOT that long at all and you can completely cut him OUT of your life for GOOD right now and never have to look back. If you don’t, you’re going to mess up some of the most potentially wonderful... (13 replies)
... ut I have had boyfriends with jealousy problems and that is a bad sign. I know it is hard and you really want to talk to her right now but what you are doing is borderline stalking. She has asked for you to leave her alone and if you love her as much as you say you would respect that. ... (7 replies)
... Hey rosequartz, I wish I could give you suggestions, but I'm in the same boat as you. It's weird how you thought of the anger thing, because I also bought an anger book (recommended from this site) thinking that was his problem, but now after reading up on BPD, that's also a symptom: not being able to control your emotions. This is a very difficult condition to deal with,... (18 replies)
Need help
Mar 21, 2004
... I did not even want to get serious with anyone and I told my EX boyfriend that. I told him I didn't want to get married again but I just fell so hard for him so fast. I'm an idiot. ... (36 replies)
... getting drunk and blaming you for the entire incident regarding his trip and the tickets and his jealousy that your male friend called is extremely appalling and borderline abusive... ... (12 replies)
... I wasn't familiar with Histrionic personality disorder until you mentioned it, but after having done some reading I am pretty convinced this is what she has. The excessive concern with her physical appearance, the exaggerated emotions, inappropriate sexual behavior and the constant need for attention are all checks with her. I also found it interesting that with HPD dissolved... (5 replies)
... This sounds VERY MUCH like BPD, and a little like someone with Histrionic traits. When I was reading your post, I was thinking "borderline..." the whole time before I even came to your mention of it. She may be able to get some help, but this is not a very treatable disorder. It does not sound like schizophrenia. It is also unlikely that your boyfriend's mother will... (5 replies)
... Well, I looked it up on the computer and my stomach sank! As I started researching this, I found multiple sites about Borderline Personality Disorders and guess what? ... (3 replies)
... and put on risperidone and prozac. It didn't seem to help much and possibly even seemed to make it worse after a few weeks. ... (1 replies)
... to take a few minutes to fish a key out of a porch. And the fact that this is remembered ten years later and trumps being verbally abusive and according to you, borderline physically abusive, is just unbelievable. ... (157 replies)
... I can't sleep at night. I'm getting like two or three hours. I woke up suddenly last night and tossed and turned for three hours. There are times when I feel borderline manic. And this is now over a year later. ... (2 replies)
... I can SO relate to how you feel! Are you still with this person? (7 replies)
... This relationship has made you as sick as him. Your sickness is causing you to perceive him as alternately, perfect and then monstrous. Do you see how polar opposite these two perceptions are? This is from your own description. In reality, most of us are neither perfect nor hideous; we're simply struggling souls, trying to get thru life and hopefully be the best people we can... (7 replies)
... If a person with BPD wants to change and embrace the disorder then anything is possible. The problem is most people with BPD will never get diagnosed as they do not believe anything is wrong with their thought process namely because it is all they know. Unfortunately for a lot of people they come to realize their ill thinking when they hit rock bottom as when is everything... (7 replies)
What to do?
Sep 7, 2006
... I have to agree that you seem to be blaming her for all her craziness but your boyfriend is allowing it to happen. You really should put the blame on him. What things does she do with other people then tell him about? ... (14 replies)
... My boyfriend tells me for 5 months that he wants to be with me and work our relationship out WHEN he is in a good mood. ... (54 replies)


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