Dating Someone With Borderline Personality Disorder
This is what it's like to date someone with Borderline Personality Disorder | Metro News
Borderline personal disorder BPD relationships are often chaotic, intense, and conflict-laden. This can be especially true for romantic BPD relationships. If you are considering starting a relationship with someone with BPD, or are in one now, you need to educate yourself about the disorder and what to expect. Likewise, if you have been diagnosed with BPD, it can be helpful to think about how your symptoms have affected your dating life and romantic relationships. In essence, people with BPD are often terrified that others will leave them.
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Going to bed on an argument isn't our style. Whilst you've casually dismissed it as a minor disagreement and all but forgotten about it, we're worrying that you hate us and will never speak to us again. So please, stay awake long enough to text us back and tell us it's OK. BPD has been described as having no "emotional skin". We're psychologically raw and exposed and as such we feel things, good and bad, very deeply.