Dating a girl with borderline personality disorder
“I try to see the light,” he says, and he believes that one day his girlfriend will overcome her BPD.“It’s hard being in a relationship with someone who suffers from BPD.
Let’s just say I’ve attempted the whole dating thing more than a few times, but my relationships all seem to end the same way (I’ll give you a hint, I’m still single).
Knowing what to look for can help you to better maintain a relationship with someone with BPD.
According to Those phases are anecdotal in nature, but give a picture of what going through a relationship with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder might be like.
A week before Christmas, I was lying on the floor in a pitch black room, sobbing.
I’d texted the guy I liked (who seemed to like me back, although “seemed” is never, ever, ever enough for me). No matter how hard I tried to be positive, my anxiety built and soon I’d spiraled into a full blown none of my relationships have ever worked out so why should this one train wreck of thought.I tell him about my struggles with mental illnesses, or at the very least, I say that I have “walls” that will take some time to break down, hoping he’ll buy that’s why things feel off between us and he’ll stay.