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... as someone who was in a relationship with a bpd guy for a year, in my opinion, it's NOT worth it...... ... (4 replies)
... I believe I am in a relationship with a bpd, i am just learning about it and she fits the decription like a glove. ... (18 replies)
... Greendragon, I am not an expert but to my knowledge I do not know of anyone in a successful relationship with someone with BPD. I am sure there are some. ... (18 replies)

... I wanted honesty, yes, but I also want to know if anyone managed to have a sucessful relationship with someone with BPD. If they have, how did they manage it and still keep their identity along with it. ... (18 replies)
... not anymore.....I realized I don't deserve the abuse I was receiving. (18 replies)
... I red your post beacuse it really stuck out to me. My bf also has or so what i think he has bpd and he acts almost identical to how your saying your girlfrind acts. ... (31 replies)
... I ran into my ex last week at a place where she never liked to go to when we were dating and I was told by a friend that she was there a few days earlier as well, both times with her friend. The place was crowded but I know she saw me and I was alone at the time so I went over and said hello to her and her friend. She was cordial, though her friend gave me a big smile and... (31 replies)
... and yes of course, I've tried to understand one in particular......a relationship that lasted a year. It was good for 3 months and bad for the next 9. ... (4 replies)
... I told him "Of coarse not, but it is commom relationship courtesy to run stuff by your spouse before you take off for the evening, its just what couples do..has nothing to do with asking for my permission"... ... (31 replies)
... It is possible to be in a relationship while you work through your issues. In fact, the issues come up when you are IN a relationship, as intimate relationships bring up our deepest issues. ... (3 replies)
... The first 6 months of a relationship are known as the honeymoon period, when people tend to be on their "best behaviour". ... (6 replies)
... this is not a healthy relationship, he's abusive. do a little research on BPD, borderline personality disorder.......he may fit the profile. (13 replies)
... is and how much it hurts and nothing in this world makes it better, but I'm saying all this to say that it does go away. I'm now in a much healthier and happier relationship and I have been for two years now. ... (7 replies)
... s means goodbye. I once wanted a break from my boyfriend because he was smothering me and I needed to take time apart to decide if I really wanted to commit to a relationship with him. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for being honest, and i know that's what i need to do and could be why she is scared or changes her mind because she figures i haven't changed or grown up. I have ADD and i'm not sure if that's the reason i procrastinate so much and put things off, but when it was all over I really wondered why i didn't do anything because i cared about her so much and would have done... (7 replies)
... I would start by getting a GED and a job. You can't really be responsible for a relationship if you're not responsible for yourself. Sounds like there may be some self esteem issues. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks Lil, Will post after our next visit to therapist. One thing you might find interesting is that in my first marriage I ended up with a very attractive girl who had been molested by a step parent and she would exhibit unstable behaviors also. She was very attractive and I think I was blinded by that. She was very jealous and had a low self image and at the time I... (19 replies)
... until his current relationship fails....then he will be back in touch. You dodged a bullet girl, be happy. Walk away, walk far, walk fast and don't look back. ... (2 replies)
... instant girlfriend and lack of boundries scream BPD, borderline personality disorder. It's to the point that you need to go to the police to get a restraining order. She is psycho, and you need to get it documented NOW before she turns something around on you...... don't respond, ignore her completely. with these types, any shred of attention will make them think they have... (24 replies)
... good for you! you might also want to get yourself a black tourmaline bracelet, or carry a stone of it in your pocket. It repels negativity and sends it back to the source! A great stone to have around! i'm wondering if this guy is either bi-polar or BPD (borderline personality disorder). you won't get him to agree.....your best bet is to make the right choice for you and... (10 replies)

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