Dating a man with borderline personality
In my efforts to keep him, I resolve never to be the first one to text him, to invite him to do something, to talk to him at all.
I test him, gage his behavior, wait for him to do or say something to convince me he still likes me (or the other way around).
Borderline Personality Disorder or BPD is a serious psychological condition.
If you find yourself attracted to someone with borderline personality disorder or discover that the person you have been dating suffers from it, here are a few things you can do.
I ride on the high of a new and dazzling possibility. Phase 2: He does something to rock my faith in the relationship. I’m terrified that this person who I was so sure would fix the emptiness I live with every day is going to leave me and it will hurt.
In Part 2 of this blog series you are going to learn that there are very specific reasons why women with traits of borderline personality disorder seem to attract a certain type of man and why these men so often can’t let go of these troubled relationships.
If you feel like one moment your partner loves and adores you and the next they’re verbally abusing and abandoning you for no reason, your partner more than likely has borderline personality disorder (BPD).
Though it's not an extremely common disorder, it’s found in approximately 3.2 million adults in the United States alone, primarily young women.
Just like there is a profile for the borderline personality type, there is also a profile for the kind of man that they often choose to partner with.
The type of personality that so often gets caught up in a relationship with a woman with traits of BPD is what we might call a “nice guy” type.