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... There is no need in this relationship, it is simply put as this....One of the hardest things to explain is love and when it hits you it hits hard...My boyfriend/fiance' is a good person, troubled but good...And he is good with both his children and with my child....Even his Ex-Wife has noted change in his actions and his personality...New meds? Maybe, therapy finally taking... (18 replies)
... what are your concerns. You never mentioned what he does to make you wonder if you can make it or not. If he is abusive in anyway and you have a child I would leave. It is never right to put a child in an abusive relationship. If he is not abusive that is another story. (18 replies)
... Caberg, I've read a number of your posts on the Relationship board and have found them articulate and insightful. ... (48 replies)

... e heads nor tails of what the matter was. She would always be very understanding and had a lot of patience, being a very emotionally solid person. Throughout the relationship I was able to slowly zone in on the problem, and started seeing a psychologist. ... (48 replies)
... As to the need for strong personal boundaries, a therapist who claims to have treated numerous BPD couples wrote that such relationships typically last either 18 months or 15 years. ... (48 replies)
... blown BPD is something that only a professional can determine. ... (1 replies)
... romantic relationship with someone with BPD. ... (48 replies)
... BPD's have many positive traits. Your tone sounds extreme. I think that many BPD's are lovable, including me. The difference is I chose to not think of the label BPD as a threat, and I chose to investigate and get help. ... (15 replies)
... In sharp contrast, four BPD mood changes can easily occur in four days. ... (13 replies)
Help! I miss him
Sep 20, 2006
... BF too, but I knew I didn't deserve to be treated like that, and after educating myself on BPD I knew there was just no hope for a healthy relationship. Whether it's his fault or not, the outcome is the same. Don't get sucked back in...... ... (57 replies)
... ll do, BPD or not, so by that logic all advice on this board is useless, and as far as diagnosing him goes, maybe it would be more PC to say 'he exhibits classic BPD behaviour', as opposed to 'he has BPD', but I think we all get the point here, and our advice would probably be the same. ... (48 replies)
... r, yes it can be part on our behavior, I am manipulative at time but not that much but it like other people some are manipulative some are don't. For us who got BPD we want a sence of controle, security so we can manipulate at time. ... (31 replies)
How do you know?
May 21, 2010
... Tubular, it doesn't sound like bipolar. I believe your initial instincts were right, i.e., your view in your first post that she has strong BPD traits. There are several clear differences between the two disorders. ... (18 replies)
... I have BPD and have been in a stable relationship for several years. So, to answer your question, yes, people with BPD can love. ... (31 replies)
... be in for a long, exhausting, painful ride. All of the things you are describing are very typical for someone with BPD. One of the big issues for people with BPD is fear of rejection and abandonment. She is going to feel this way regardless of what you do. ... (15 replies)
... please read up on BPD and see what it's all about. I'd rethink this relationship if I were you. She's exhibiting "textbook" BPD behavior. She probably won't change and if you continue in a relationship with her and have a child you will be in over your head with problems. ... (4 replies)
... Nobody believes you when you tell the truth! So instead of supporting you when you end the relationship they will tell you that fighting is normal! Learn better communication! Relationships take work! ... (48 replies)
... I agree with the previous reply. I suffer from rather mild BPD and as I get more therapy I come to understand more and more. A person cannot fool themselves forever! ... (15 replies)
... I don't think she has the symptoms of being APD bc she is very responsible with work and money. Aside from being irritable from time to time, I don't think she uses deceit for personal profit unless you count her trying to make me jealous as a way to control me? Right...I've tried to explain something to her before and it didn't matter what I said...she could pick out... (26 replies)
... but she could have borderline personality disorder. One of it's symptoms are dramatic and unpredictable mood swings. That one seems to fit. Another symptom is relationship issues dealing communication, that seems to be present. ... (26 replies)

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