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Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?

 
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involved only until i got tired of spraying mansauce in her holes, then i was gone like the wind , never too be seen again. best too carry a fake ID , rent a car and only fuck BPD chicks very far away from where you live.rockon
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
How can you tell if someone is BPD? What are the signs when you first meet them?
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Yes, what are the signs?
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First it's ---eyebat

Then --wakeup

Then - It's NOT ME!!! It's YOU!!!!!!!!!grumpy2

Then -- eyebat

Then --- slaphim

Then -- eyebat

Then - It's NOT ME!!! It's YOU!!!!!!!!!grumpy2

Then -- eyebat

Then -- you get it ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1237400



I'm a woman and this is every woman on the planet. It's a monthly cycle. If you are experiencing extreme cycles of crazy from your woman it probably means that she is having an actual reaction to birth control. Those things make women nuts to the point where they stop recognizing their own crazy especially if they have been on them a long time.

Most healthy women who are not on birth control are aware when when the normal level cranky and moodiness is setting in and can usually mitigate the effects or at least give you a heads up. Women taking birth control can't recognize it and it becomes worse with the length of time taking them.

I am a firm believer that birth control pills have caused more that a few divorces. Poor fellows haven't a clue what hit them and the women don't know what happened either.
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Maybe. But as a woman also, I can honestly say, this isn't me, or any other female I know. Other than a few apeshit moments when I get spurts of energy and jump all over everyone, usually to tickle, I am very stable. I think this has a lot to do with upbringing. I remember going to school with girls who acted like retarded baby dolls because it got them attention... I wonder what happen to them when they grew up?
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Plenty of those to go around these days. Seems every girl I meet and date is like that. And what's with wanting to have sex on the first date? I mean, seriously, can we get to know each other a little better first BEFORE? It's screwed up honestly, and then when I politely decline because I really want to get to know this person better she thinks that I have no interest in her and then won't talk to me. Her I am, trying to be a gentleman, to do the right thing and not let jumping into bed screw up what could be good relationship and I get ignored for it?!

It's unbelievable. Worst part is that it happens even when I would date girls from a church I used to go to. Here are supposed Christian women who want to bump right after the first or second date. I just have to shake my head in wonder and sometimes even go the "lolwut?!" route.
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I hear ya, you're a strong man for not giving in. They get their hooks in you with the sex and that's how they wind up calling the shots and usurping your male authority. It's got to be on YOUR terms when she gets to sleep with you, or you're cooked...
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
Yes, what are the signs?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1237400


First it's ---eyebat

Then --wakeup

Then - It's NOT ME!!! It's YOU!!!!!!!!!grumpy2

Then -- eyebat

Then --- slaphim

Then -- eyebat

Then - It's NOT ME!!! It's YOU!!!!!!!!!grumpy2

Then -- eyebat

Then -- you get it ?


beacht9 Congratulations AC 1237400, thats the most imaginative and amusing use of GLP emoticons that I've seen in a long time.
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
Fuckin A if anything ever comes close to real life demonic possession, then it has to be borderline personality disorder. I'm not long out of a relationship with one, and my mind nearly got fucked up by it all.

Craaazy shit.
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My niece has BPD. BPD is the result of abuse. Very sad.
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I think you're right on this one.
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bump
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Aren't you gay?
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No, so don't ask... I'm not for you.

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i'm not looking. the last thing i need is a relationship with a queer man from texas.
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Maybe you can find one in Australia.
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Is that where you found yours?
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
Oh, please...

Birth control pills and abortions do not cause peoples' faces to take on the flavor of Satan while they are shredding your psyche and hoovering it up to do it all over again because it's the only way they can have an 'organism'.
 Quoting: 12000Eyes


But taking all of those hormones is not natural. It's bound to wreak havoc on their bodies and minds.
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How do you explain the exact same syndrome in men, then?

If you join a support group, the other folks will let you know right quick if they don't think you're really dealing with a BPD partner.

It's almost as if there's a shredders' manual out there with checklists... so, it's a pretty well-defined personality disorder. I'm tellin' ya, my shrink recognized it in my then-husband before the end of the second visit.
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
Oh yes... an Ex.

It was kinda like this:

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Aren't you gay?
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No, so don't ask... I'm not for you.

:larrystooge:
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Larry Fine was a homo?
How about Shemp?
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Oh yes... an Ex.

It was kinda like this:

 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


Aren't you gay?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331341


No, so don't ask... I'm not for you.

:larrystooge:
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Larry Fine was a homo?
How about Shemp?
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Wut?
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
All females are BPD.
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+100000000000
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
I was raised with an older sister with BPD she was 15 when I was born and had a great deal of issues. Unfortunately for themselves and the people around them sufferers of BPD are aggressive, paranoid, manipulative and prone to self harm and they have an uncanny knack of making you feel crazy yourself.

Sometimes I wonder if BPD isn't the work of the devil, my sister would have 'fits' where she would blaspheme, self harm, scream in unintelligible languages, deny Christ, roll her eyes into her head so they appeared white, punch through walls and much more. As a toddler she began speaking in African and claiming she was from a tribe. She spoke African better then she did English.

Annoyingly they often know their effect on people but continue to do it anyway or embrace and revel in their manipulative ways. It was especially bad for me as a child from before birth she encouraged my Mum to get an abortion because she wanted to stay the only child and not share attention her truly destructive behavior began when I was born, she began self harming and homosexual relationships, I believe it was attention seeking jealousy.

Growing up I had some special needs and learning difficulties and she would always being to act out when Mum and Dad needed to help me I couldn't count the times I was taken to hospital to say goodbye to her because she was dying and the doctors didn't expect her to last the night after a suicide attempt. It's mostly settled down these days because we are both adults who don't live at home and furthermore I am not close to my parents so she revels in the solitary attention.
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Bipolar people are not psychopaths or sociopaths as these 2 are devoid of feeling and bipolars have feelings but cannot manage them. There IS medication to help this disease. What makes it so difficult to treat is that the person has to be willing to admit the diagnosis and then be committed to staying under the care of a psychiatrist as he experiments to get the right medicinal cocktail. Raising a bipolar female is extremely difficult! Blessings to everyone who is related to a bipolar individual.
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are there support groups (online or real life) for people who have been victimized by people with BPD. The mindfuck and physical beatings my girlfriend laid on me were so bad.

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Yes - sign up for the "Land of Oz" [link to www.ybrt.org]
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
Fuckin A if anything ever comes close to real life demonic possession, then it has to be borderline personality disorder. I'm not long out of a relationship with one, and my mind nearly got fucked up by it all.

Craaazy shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331374


Brother I know the feeling..My Dr handed me a sheet one day that listed the symptoms of BPD..I was shocked that this is what iw as going through with my mate! The thing that made me sad was some of the forums discussing BPD and what some of these people were being put through..Im onthe way out the door and all I can say is fucking WOW!
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Bipolar people are not psychopaths or sociopaths as these 2 are devoid of feeling and bipolars have feelings but cannot manage them. There IS medication to help this disease. What makes it so difficult to treat is that the person has to be willing to admit the diagnosis and then be committed to staying under the care of a psychiatrist as he experiments to get the right medicinal cocktail. Raising a bipolar female is extremely difficult! Blessings to everyone who is related to a bipolar individual.
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Bipolar is to Borderline Personality Disorder as the sniffles are to pneumonia.

Bipolar people swing from depression to mania but BPD people will, for example, accuse you of cheating on them even though it's they who are cheating...
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My mother is one. The abuse was unreal. No contact now.
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Bipolar people are not psychopaths or sociopaths as these 2 are devoid of feeling and bipolars have feelings but cannot manage them. There IS medication to help this disease. What makes it so difficult to treat is that the person has to be willing to admit the diagnosis and then be committed to staying under the care of a psychiatrist as he experiments to get the right medicinal cocktail. Raising a bipolar female is extremely difficult! Blessings to everyone who is related to a bipolar individual.
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Really, many people who suffer with mental illness could find happier lives with proper medication. Many times all it would take is for them to let someone else help them. The worst part is that everyone round them ends up suffering too.
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are there support groups (online or real life) for people who have been victimized by people with BPD. The mindfuck and physical beatings my girlfriend laid on me were so bad.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1331423


Yes - sign up for the "Land of Oz" [link to www.ybrt.org]
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When i was separating from my BPD husband back in '96, a mailing list support group was my lifeline!

Before that, i had no idea about guarding your sanity...
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BPD people will, for example, accuse you of cheating on them even though it's they who are cheating...
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
All females are BPD.
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All females are BPD.
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granny

Not all of us are fucked in the head. Believe it or not there are women out there who have good hearts and can think for their self
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Amen!

In my support group, there were just as many men as women. Although in that group, i began to form the opinion that BPD women are more dangerous than BPD men.

A BPD man will hit you with an open hand or twist your fingers or wrist, or some such... but, a BPD woman will pick up a weapon like a lamp or an ashtray or a gun.

Though, a male or female BPD will shoot you and then shoot themselves because they feel badly for what they did.
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
Bipolar people are not psychopaths or sociopaths as these 2 are devoid of feeling and bipolars have feelings but cannot manage them. There IS medication to help this disease. What makes it so difficult to treat is that the person has to be willing to admit the diagnosis and then be committed to staying under the care of a psychiatrist as he experiments to get the right medicinal cocktail. Raising a bipolar female is extremely difficult! Blessings to everyone who is related to a bipolar individual.
 Quoting: Underdog


Psychopaths have feelings, just THEIR feelings, they aren't concerned with your feelings. If you cut away all the fluff, there is little to no difference between the two and you will find that more and more psychopaths are being diagnosed as bipolar, for reasons related to profiting from an untreatable disorder.
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If we all wore t-shirts that declared "I survived a Shredder", everyone we met who'd had a BPD partner would know EXACTLY what we meant...

During my second session with a therapist (because you know, "i" was the one who was crazy"), he cleared his throat and asked me if i had money and a place to go.

When in puzzlement, i asked him "Why", he said it was because he suspected my husband was Borderline Personality Disordered and that he would kill me in the parking lot of the grocery store and then probably kill himself.

All in front of the kids.

He said he didn't want to read about me in the local paper and could i please begin making plans to get away.
 Quoting: 12000Eyes


A comment from a mental health professional "I would rather be in a room full of women with BPD than one man with BPD. The level of violence in BPD males is off the charts."
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Bipolar people are not psychopaths or sociopaths as these 2 are devoid of feeling and bipolars have feelings but cannot manage them. There IS medication to help this disease. What makes it so difficult to treat is that the person has to be willing to admit the diagnosis and then be committed to staying under the care of a psychiatrist as he experiments to get the right medicinal cocktail. Raising a bipolar female is extremely difficult! Blessings to everyone who is related to a bipolar individual.
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Psychopaths have feelings, just THEIR feelings, they aren't concerned with your feelings. If you cut away all the fluff, there is little to no difference between the two and you will find that more and more psychopaths are being diagnosed as bipolar, for reasons related to profiting from an untreatable disorder.
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^^^Absolutely agree with this
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I worked in homeless services for many hears and dealt with many borderlines. They are the worst. I can see them from a mile away now, but it took some getting used to. Every so often I will meet someone and about 5 minutes into conversation the borderline bell starts going off. I know not to get in too deep with those people.

I would rather deal with a straight up schizophrenic than a borderline. If you don't realize what you are dealing with, borderlines make you feel like you are the crazy one.
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I get that vibe from you.
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If you suspect your new friend might be borderline. Investigate/read about it. If you come to the conclusion. Don't be stupid and think we can overcome this or lets go to couseling run. You don't know what you're dealing with. The person isn't evil just like a lion isn't evil but if you find yourself in a lions cage get out. A boderline will ruin your life. I am the shell of the man I use to be. You have a very hard time getting your head on right again. It's so unreal and you can never sort it out and make sense of it. Most people don't hook up with a Borderline they know something isn't right. Borerlines hook up with caregivers and away you go. You're trying to fix the unfixable. Each day they chisel a little more from your soul until you are a shell. Then they spit you out. Recover some and they'll take you back and spit you out again. If you've never been entangled with one this probably makes little sense if you have you know what I'm talking about. Run and don't look back. Nobody is strong enough to survive a borderline. I don't care how together and good your life is they will ruin it and the world will never see it. The world will see you as screwed up. You can't even begin to explain what is happening. So when you try you even sound nuts to yourself. I say run and try to heal.
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BPD is something unaccountable men come up with to explain why the woman they are/were with went crazy on them. Just ask yourself, does she act that way with other people in her life or just YOU? Maybe you don't communicate or connect well with women, and some women don't mind that too much but some are too sensitive and keep trying to get that emotional connection instead of accepting it will never be there, and they end up going nuts trying to change the man. I had a guy once claim I was BPD but I am not at all. I am a good hearted person who has helped a lot of people in my lifetime, I would never intentionally hurt someone or set out to make their lives hell, but if YOU hurt me, I never forget it and the relationship is usually irreparable. Doesn't mean I haven't tried against all odds to repair it, that has always been how I work, but I learned my lessons now. I am just better off single. I don't understand men and I have never met one who really wanted that deeper connection nor one who was completely honest - a trait which I now demand in men, which is why I am single lol. Can't find it out there. This is not to hate on all men or anything, women are no angels either. I just really think some men have a REAL problem taking responsibility for their part in failed relationships and it's easier for them just to label women with these labels. I believe sociopaths exist in both genders are easy enough to spot. You know when someone doesn't truly care about your pain. I never stick around once I realize that, and you can realize it pretty quickly, but I suppose some people are gluttons for punishment and stay with someone who really only feels for themselves.
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Re: Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?
You guys make me sick.. possessed? it is because of stupid comments and criticisms like the ones above that give borderline personality disorder the stigma it does not deserve.

BPD comes from childhood abuse and the constant fear of abandonment. they struggle with emotions and can one minute be full of love and joy and the next full of anger. on the inside, they are actually very warm, caring individuals but don't feel that they qualify for the love or appreciation an intimate relationship can give.

instead of advising people to run as fast as they can, maybe we can actually try and increase awareness of the truth of the condition. dialectic behavioural therapy has been shown to very effectively combat the disorder and many individuals actually do recover. it is easier to treat BPD than better known conditions like bipolar.