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... a relationship that is good 2% of the time is not worth staying in. I was married to an unmedicated bi-polar man for 10 years.....I know what I'm talking about. If she won't get help, your marriage doesn't stand a chance. It's not your fault, but she will be very manipulative to get you to feel like it's your fault. Also the book, I hate you don't leave me, is about BPD,... (21 replies)
... I have felt for some time that my wife was of the BPD type, pretty much out of the textbook. ... (7 replies)
... Hi WriteLeft, thanks. Actually I thing one is manifesting the other. I knew before we really started to seriously date that she had had bouts of depression and anxiety in her past. I knew she has been on Paxil for many years and that wasn't an issue for me, still isn't. What I think is happening (and as she like to say "I'm no doctor") is that the hormonal imbalance is... (4 replies)

... oing so far as to having has name tattooed on her body and bragging to anyone who would listen about the big storybook wedding they were going to have, when the relationship ended she lost it... Of course I am not a doctor by any means but it makes the most sense to me.. ... (5 replies)
... I'm confused as to why you felt that you needed to tell him? It's none of his business......and it just created more problems. Keep your private life to yourself! I think I mentioned to you a while back that he sounds like he has BPD, borderline personality disorder.....that's nothing to play with. You need to get away from him permanantly. He can't possibly be a healthy... (12 replies)
... LOL it's not that I don't like talking about myself......it's not like I go out of my way to either. I have talked about myself quite a bit regarding the relationship with the BPD guy, most of that is on the personality disorders board......probably a number of pages down by now! ... (36 replies)
I have had enough
Sep 17, 2007
... I've said that all along.....the symptoms she is displaying literally SCREAM BI-POLAR !!!!!!!!!!!! or possibly BPD, borderline personality disorder. (122 replies)
... I'm starting to think this goes beyond normal relationship woes..... ... (37 replies)
... As far as others....until you read up on BPD and understand it, making comments about how everyone has symptoms and comparing it to PMS will do everyone more harm than good. ... (98 replies)
... good for you, stick to your guns. Really, I strongly suggest you read up on BPD, borderline personality disorder. he has some of the characteristics. I'm pretty sure he will agree with you and tell you you're right, and he's sorry, and it won't be long before he's pulling the same stuff again.....it's up to you how long you want to tolerate it. As far as his business,... (98 replies)
How long
May 17, 2007
... I'm willing to accept pattern. What frieghtens me is if I'm BPD, then the only man I'm any good to is someone just as broke as me. That is a fair assumption,,,, correct? Because if I am "sick" somehow, then I will need to be under some sort of care in order to help myself function at work and in other ways and to stay on an even keel. I'd like to see a councelor on a... (16 replies)
... Alex has aspergers and I have bp and bpd .. ... (4 replies)
Help! I miss him
Sep 20, 2006
... Laurie the either good or bad is called "splitting" it's one of the characteristics of people with BPD....it's black and white, no in between. The guy I was with was perfect for 3 months, and then the next 9 months were hell. That's when I decided that I've spent to long in the relationship, given him too many chances, realized that I was seeing a pattern of breaking... (57 replies)
Help! I miss him
Sep 20, 2006
... OMG!! Thanks for the BPD info...now I'm crying my eyes out for him. It's SOOO him, I can't even begin to tell you how much. ... (57 replies)
... ates, but I think they're back together again and he promised her he will go to therapy, etc. She's crazy about him, but I really don't have high hopes for this relationship leading anywhere but to a mental ward. ... (184 replies)
I need support
Dec 10, 2005
... D, borderline personality disorder. Your story sounds a lot like mine. there are some threads on the personality disorder board. I urge you to read them. our relationship just ended, but in the year I've been with him we have had 3 good months, 1 decent month, and the rest bad. ... (16 replies)
... Thanks, rosequartz for the post. I did go to your thread on the BPD - sounds like my husband fits the profile. :eek: That's another scary thought. I just can't deal with him right now. I really don't have it in me anymore. Let him work at our Relationship, he's the one who's destroying it not me. I'm sorry I just have a rotten attitude. He won't Hurt the Dog. :)... (53 replies)
... if I had not responded to his emails or IM's. He said he would have taken that as a sign that the relationship was really over. Instead, he knew that we were getting back together, because I answered him. ... (64 replies)
... This letter was such an eye opener for me. It was like reading about my relationship with my BPD husband through someone else's eyes. You put it all into words so well, too. ... (64 replies)
... Thanks for your input Septrax. I wrote that last post back in November 2003, I believe, and I hadn't heard from her all winter long but low and behold come the end of April the emails started,,, a phone call and a few bump into each others but nothing other than a hi how are you and catching up on each other since the last time, but nothing else was mentioned. It is over a... (31 replies)




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