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... I've posted here before so I will give you the short of it since you all know what it is like to live with someone who suffers from this... ... (7 replies)
... of loved ones when they're not around, so they don't "forget" and feel abandoned. He has a picture of his mom on his headboard. I guess that's why. Oh and you will love this. The counsellor told him "we" have communication problems. There were communications problems in his family. ... (64 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. ... (7 replies)

... I hope she's ok. I'm really sad about that. I'm a real dog lover. I love dogs more than people.....some people think that's wrong, but the truth is, a dog will never mistreat you, disrespect you, or any of the other mean stuff that people do. Dogs give unconditional love! How's your pooch? ... (64 replies)
... I've only really consciously discovered how bad I get once I was in my last relationship. My relationships before this one never seemed to go anywhere special, this girl is really different however and I've never felt this way about anyone before. ... (48 replies)
... I then found out thru extensive research that he has borderline personality disorder, and that the anger is not the problem, the anger is the symptom. ... (64 replies)
... Yes, last night after i posted this i had a look at the mental health boards and searched a few Borderline personality disorder posts up. It was like I was writing the stories myself! They're all right on the money as far as actions, reactions, etc.. ... (98 replies)
... idn't matter anymore. What was most important was being true to myself, making myself happy and not expecting somebody else to do it for me. Once I was able to change my thinking I was able to go about dating looking at it as a learning experience and in a fun way instead of something I dreaded. ... (439 replies)
... to K's moving away for college. That's just part of life that kids grow up and want to go away to test their independence. I'm sure she misses you too and she will visit you and Tom as often as she can. ... (439 replies)
... He's been to therapy years ago, but all they did was work on his anger management. They never diagnosed a real disease. ... (48 replies)
... I loved him so much when he was good, but hated him so much when he was "bad." There was always something missing in his emotions. Like he said he loved me but I never FELT that it was really there if that makes sense. ... (48 replies)
... Simply, please listen to Della. She is giving you very good advice.I'm so sorry you are going through so much pain. I will be glad to join Della in talking with you about it. I was married to a BPDer and lived with her for 15 years so I am able to share my experiences with you. ... (48 replies)
... had heard from other people that he was in fact positive. I had told him when I attempted the dialogue a month prior that I liked him regardless and it wouldn't change anything but now I just felt like a fool, despite this, I stayed with him because I loved him. ... (3 replies)
... didn't have to, but I didn't want to leave him hanging... even after all he's done. Needless to say, he threw a tantrum saying that I'm abandoning him and that I never do anything to help him... which is just insane. He was so hostile and and juvenile that I was glad to be rid of him. ... (48 replies)
... he signed all but the final required document. Hardly indicative of someone who wants 'out' of a marriage in my opinion. He will be loving one minute, ugly and hateful towards me the next. Everything is always about HIM. ... (64 replies)
... if you think people are not talking to you because of the way you look maybe you should change. i know its never good to change for other people, but you cant blame them for not wanting to talk to you if you look like you will rip thier heads off. ... (13 replies)
... Mixing these fights and alcohol is a receipe for violence and you will be hurt. In a physical fight you will come out the loser. If you stay with him under these conditions, an alcohol fight is bound to eventually occur that could end you up in the hospital. ... (6 replies)
... while a manic person may regard you as an irritation, a BPD person can perceive you as Hitler and will treat you accordingly. ... (13 replies)
... ok all that crap and he turns into Mr. Nice for some other woman. I can't help but take it personally. I don't know for fact how happy his marriage, I mean, I've never observed him and his wife together. ... (138 replies)
... that cycle around whenever I think of the ex and his life and his lies, BUT good news is mutual friend hasn't contacted me in a few weeks now. I always think he will just disappear, but for the first time, I'm not waiting for his call on some level. ... (138 replies)


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