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... This is a very interesting conversation we have been having. You both have so much in commom, both love men who are borderline, but they haven't acknowledged it yet. ... (64 replies)
... I just broke up with my boyfriend of 3 months. Yes, it was a pretty short relationship but at the same time probably the most intense one I have ever had. ... (3 replies)
... With all due respect, no one other than a qualified mental health professional conducting a clinical assessment of simplyD's boyfriend could diagnose him as having BPD. ... (48 replies)

... Just because your boyfriend hasn't been officially diagnosed by a professional doesn't mean our advice is any less valid. ... (48 replies)
... i know exactly how you feel its like i have meet some1 in the same exact situation as boyfriend, he gets mad over everything and then the next minute he is the perfect boyfriend... ... (7 replies)
... er physically hurt myself. some do, some don't. I can't stand physical pain. Please don't stay out of guilt, that will make it worse. The ONLY reason to stay is if you truly love him and want to spend the rest of your life with him, knowing that he is borderline. ... (18 replies)
... and about his suicidal "cries for help," that is no reason for you to stay with him. This is not your responsibility. You need to tell his family what is going on.... or someone who cares about him. ... (48 replies)
... It really is down to the tee. I also bought him tons of stuff and paid for food and what not... ... (48 replies)
... I agree. None of the posters, however, attempts to render a diagnosis. Indeed, none of us has claimed that a diagnosis is necessary. ... (48 replies)
... I am borderline myself, and so was my Mom. So I've been on the giving, and receiving ends of the abuse. ... (7 replies)
... nk we were talking about the same man. We probably do have enough sense to talk around the bs they give us, but unfortunately it seems to get us nowhere. There is nothing wrong in your communication that I can see, just as I doubt you have trouble comprehending anything I'm saying. ... (64 replies)
... I just wanted to say I had the exact same thing happen in my relationship. 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. I always focused on the good times because they were so so good. I would tell... (48 replies)
... I have boyfriend with BPD and it's very difficult for me to leave him. We argue about the same things over and over again. ... (48 replies)
... A friend of mine actually recommended the book "Walking on Eggshells" and that's when I KNEW that my boyfriend had BPD. ... (48 replies)
... though your mind is telling you they are not true, it is your being that is affected badly. ... (48 replies)
... well, if he does or doesn't have it, you're not going to be able to diagnose him, I would say, ignore him and never speak to him again, no one you're with should make you feel bad ever, he's a jerk! if he is BPD, you should really feel bad for him, from a distance, LOL, you don't end up with this just out of knowhere, BDP individuals are people who have been very hurt and in... (3 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)
... btw, the pain they cause is more often VERY intentional because they are punishing you for the wrongs they think you have done them. it's very messed up. ... (48 replies)
... ABSOLUTELY NOT.....with BPD people there is never ONE more time....give them an inch, they take a mile. ... (48 replies)
... I agree, these people don't see the need to change (if they're not diagnosable) because so far, it's gotten them what they want in life. After all, they have a GF/BF/spouse who, instead of running for the hills, is trying to find out ways to "deal" with them, or trying to find the magic formula that will stop them from whatever hurtful behaviors they are doing, or trying to... (48 replies)

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