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Has anyone ever been involved with a BPD female before?

 
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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.
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this is an old post... but every single person reading this, read what chris said. It is 100% true. I tried for a year with a borderline female. Ruined my life in every way imaginable. Don't be a hero. Don't fall for the flattery. RUN LIKE HELL.
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Hey User ID: 17431247,
Spoken like a true Borderline. Can't admit it's you and there's something wrong with yourself. Always projecting it onto the other person and trying to convince them that they are the problem. To admit to yourself there's something wrong with YOU would admit to defeat and to whoever damaged you when you were a child that they won. Borderlines are toxic and poisonous. They should not be allowed to have relationships and should be tattooed on their foreheads: "CAUTION. BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER. KEEP AWAY!"
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its quite possible that said person was abused by you and therefore left before the abuse got worse. as you said you turned your life to become a true christian right after she left. which makes it sound like you were quite evil to her in all respects therefore she left to save her life and yours.

instead of pissing all over her dead memory as you are have some humility in your faults as she did in hers.
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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.
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Indeed

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Hey User ID: 17431247,
Spoken like a true Borderline. Can't admit it's you and there's something wrong with yourself. Always projecting it onto the other person and trying to convince them that they are the problem. To admit to yourself there's something wrong with YOU would admit to defeat and to whoever damaged you when you were a child that they won. Borderlines are toxic and poisonous. They should not be allowed to have relationships and should be tattooed on their foreheads: "CAUTION. BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER. KEEP AWAY!"
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They destroy so many lives
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Didnt realize it at first. She seemed normal, very pretty... Never actually picked up on it until my life was so fucked up that i started seeing a shrink and telling her what was happening. She told me that my girlfriend sounded like she had BPD. Did research on it and it all clicked.

So many violent episodes where she would beat me. I never understood it. And she thought she was normal and it was all me. Such a bad experience. Such a bad experience. I dont know if I will ever fully recover.
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Wow, i'm sorry you had such a bad experience, but you needed to learn something. I think you did.

I think the US has a serious problem of co-dependency and many people choose the wrong partner the first time and they are not compatible. They mistake caring for being in love, but we learn from our experiences.
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EX wife was BPD.

It was unreal to watch her torment the family and then complain that she was being abused.

The best thing you can do is to forgive her. That way, you will not be held hostage by your bad memories and anger toward her.

Just forgive her, and get her in your past for good.

R
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"agreed; torment"

our own action/reaction
is tough responsibility;
forgiveness ends feuds
and dissolves resentments.

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All females are BPD.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1329185


All humans are, or soon will be.

You cant be human and in the system.
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Hey User ID: 17431247,
Spoken like a true Borderline. Can't admit it's you and there's something wrong with yourself. Always projecting it onto the other person and trying to convince them that they are the problem. To admit to yourself there's something wrong with YOU would admit to defeat and to whoever damaged you when you were a child that they won. Borderlines are toxic and poisonous. They should not be allowed to have relationships and should be tattooed on their foreheads: "CAUTION. BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER. KEEP AWAY!"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38368388


"juggling fears"

there is always
that other person,
projecting back the pain;
seduced into violent reaction.

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Oh my goodness...I think I met someone like this...

Human wrecking ball...

Is there a book you would recommend?

hiding
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All females are BPD.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1329185


All humans are, or soon will be.

You cant be human and in the system.
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"echosystem"

the system echoes us
and we echo the system;
us
the system.

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EX wife was BPD.

It was unreal to watch her torment the family and then complain that she was being abused.

The best thing you can do is to forgive her. That way, you will not be held hostage by your bad memories and anger toward her.

Just forgive her, and get her in your past for good.

R
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My current wife. It sort of started after 4 or 6 years of marriage. We're at the 16 year mark now, so the kids and I are all used to it. They are bothered less by it than I am.

I never grew up with this kind of shit. My mother wasn't like this at all.
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My mom tried to manipulate me to kill myself, then did the same thing to my daughter when she was a teenager. I know she would have played the perfect grieving parent/grandparent for the neighbors and everyone at church if she had succeeded.

I finally got it and have no contact with her.

Be careful. They are tenacious as hell. Will let a lot of time go by, all the while plotting to get you back in their clutches again. Thank god I'm across the country now.
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OP know and understand this:


There is no such thing Bipolar Personality Disorder.

It does not exist.

"Bipolar" people are psychopaths or sociopaths.

The problem with psychopathy is that it is there is no known treatment for it, no medication or treatment can help this psychological disorder. That it cannot be treated well known and has been known for many years.

This is a problem for the psychiatric and pharmaceutical industry because if it can't be treated there is no real way to profit from it. So they created a new label of Bipolar Personality Disorder and left with it a plausible connotations that it is a treatable disorder. "Bipolar" people are psychopaths under another label.

So treat people with "Bipolar Disorder" with caution and avoid them as much as possible.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1329719


Borderline Personality Disorder

Bipolar is treatable. The problem is keeping them on their meds when they start to feel normal.
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My recent ex was one. A nightmare from start to finish.

Even told me at the end she nearly smothered her own son.

These people will destroy countless lives as they go through life. Yes its not their fault, they didn't chose to be that way but they should be locked away.

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YES- Her friend gave me advise--- Run---don't walk away, and never EVER look back... I never took the advice and paid a HUGE price....Get out now!!!! You can't change her!!!
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I have a friend who is really, really bad. I had always wanted to warn her newest bf's but I knew they wouldn't believe me until it was too late. She's been married 4x and has 5 kids.

She could be the sweetest thing in the world but she is evil personified. I just recently cut ties with her after over 20 years of friendship. I felt bad for her because she could never keep a friend.

I could write a book about the horrible shit she's done.
..."The soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and can bear the light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day, what you choose, what you think, and what you do is who you become. Your integrity is your destiny ... it is the light that guides your way."
Heraclitus
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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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No it's not, I've known a few and my ex friend in particular who had wonderful childhoods. She was adopted by a very wealthy family who did everything for her. I was friendly with them, she has ruined their lives.
..."The soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and can bear the light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day, what you choose, what you think, and what you do is who you become. Your integrity is your destiny ... it is the light that guides your way."
Heraclitus
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I had to deal with that shit...she used to punch ppl and herself in the head ...hard lol also ran away from the cops for doing that...
It was like treading on eggshells all the time cos if I voiced my opinion she would mutilate herself by cutting because she couldnt punch me. She even ended up in the mad house once
I was so stupid to feel sorry for that demon lol
She was very attractive and affectionate which were the only things that
kept me around...finally I couldnt handle all the psychotic episodes anymore and did things to make her hate me so she could break up with me cos she threatened suicide if I broke up with her...god bless the next person who falls for her lol
craziest shit ive ever experienced
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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


Instead of complaining, how about some explanation?

Who are you talking about and what did that person do?

Talk to us, OP.

We all wanna know!
I have so much debt, I can start a government.
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I have a family member who I believe fits the OP's description.

She was at my house once and went off into one of those 'alters' as I have begun to refer to it.

I went to my computer, back to her and started singing Hallelujah. It all completely stopped - the mood thing - not kidding at all. That was really NOT the purpose of the song, but that's what happened. Spiritual warfare is what that is.
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My Bf of 4 years ex-GF before he met me was Bi-polar and BPD. She even spent time in a nuthouse for a time. She was and still is the worst kind of parasitic human I have ever come across. Pathological liar, Narcissistic and just plain Bat-shit crazy. BPD people are scary because they are typically very intelligent but they often turn to drugs and alcohol which in turn makes them even more bat shit crazy but also violent. They prey on vulnerable people and often times they get away with it because people are scared of them. She stalked me for a longtime and he/I had to have a restraining order put out against her. After we found all her criminal records we found they went back almost 20 years to the time she was 19. Countless DUI's, Drunk in Public, Identity theft, Extortion, Theft, Writing bad checks, One for attempted murder (Which was dropped but still..) and has had no less than 4 restraining orders on her right now, 2 different ones at the same time by two different men. She belongs in a mental institution, plain and simple. I feel your pain dude. And no not all women are like that at all. there are some of us that are caring, loving and normal.
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I am 50 years old and I have run across 3 people that were bipolar. It is now easy to spot. 2 were men, and one was a woman. They would all be laughing and giggling one minute and then want to tear your head off the next. I did business with the woman. The business took about 2 months to finish. Those were some of the most stressful months of my life. When it was over, my wife and I thought about her family and how they had to endure this day in and day out.
I have read the stories on here and I can understand the saying "run dont walk away" fits perfectly. God bless you people that are dealing with it.
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My ex spent sometime in a nuthouse before she met me. Of course she kept that quiet. She wasn't able to bond with her son, jumped from boyfriend to boyfriend, violent etc etc. I was her longest relationship. She attempted suicide when we split up, even although it was her that left me.

She wanted me to be her best friend but I told her last week that I was deleting her number since I couldn't be bothered with her shit anymore.

Haven't heard from her for 5 whole days thankfully.

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i dated a bipolar

dont ever make that mistake , ever

trust me

just run for the hills
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i dated a bipolar

dont ever make that mistake , ever

trust me

just run for the hills
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Indeed, but many hide it from you until its too late
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i dated a bipolar

dont ever make that mistake , ever

trust me

just run for the hills
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Indeed, but many hide it from you until its too late
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she hid it, for a long time, but then once the crazy comes out of the bag there just aint no putting it back in

and they cant hide the dr jekyll mr hyde type symptoms for long, alcohol and drugs just bring em out faster
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i dated a bipolar

dont ever make that mistake , ever

trust me

just run for the hills
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Indeed, but many hide it from you until its too late
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she hid it, for a long time, but then once the crazy comes out of the bag there just aint no putting it back in

and they cant hide the dr jekyll mr hyde type symptoms for long, alcohol and drugs just bring em out faster
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20812629


Very similar to Borderlines.

Mine hide it for a very long time, then it came out.

A nightmare.
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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.
 Quoting: enlightened. 3151791


I was involved with someone for 2 years, living and sharing a life together.

I knew from the beginning that there were problems, but i was willing to stick it out with her because she was good inside and I could see things getting better over time. She needed someone to love her and i needed the same so it was a win win.

2 years later, i came to the conclusion that i couldnt fix her, we started fighting allot because i'd point out her faults and she couldnt take it anymore.

I loved her, allot. I couldnt just "dump" her, so i proposed she moves out and I could help her find herself and help her become independent. She freaked out about this and didnt come home that night....

She shagged some dude that night, and after finding out i was destroyed. Realising she had no were to go, and knowing other guys would take advantage of her need for approval/attention i told her she could come back home but we'd still be seperated until she found a place to stay. Had another fight, things got physical (she kicked me in the nuts and slapped me hard) Out of reflex, i slapped her back but apologized profusely the very second after it happened.

I live in a small town, and havnt seen her in 1 week just to get her out of my head. Now i find out that she's been saying im a women abuser and hit women dragging my name through shit.

Its hard to explain a person, but she's proper psycho, she's defensive, she changes herself all the time, and has no grounding in life.

Long story short, its been 2 weeks, shes shagged a few guys (scummy/older/ugly pub goers) and afer everything, i finally admit that iv been dating a girl with a serious chemical imbalance/Bipolar/depression.

You cant fix them, full stop....

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