Accepting this fact is what led me on my journey of self-discovery and life-changing improvements to get me where I am today. And I want you to experience the same life-changing benefits and amazing women that I now find myself with (and yes, even crazy women can be amazing). It’s not just non’s I help — I also regularly help out people with BPD who want to improve! Here’s a message from a woman who is diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. But I would like to point out that I am not (neither are other people with this disorder) hopeless to date. It also takes an understanding from the person with BPD to want to change, and OVERCOME the disorder, which is possible. The man can’t be the only one working on his actions.One of my favorite quotes is this: A woman gives you shit to make sure you are the shit. Read it and notice the many lessons within: ======================= “Hello Rick! I have been in a relationship with a man for over a year now. The woman must understand at least a little that she does have a disorder and does need help with it. But let me tell you it DOES make a difference on how the man over and over again or he WILL leave me.When I look back on my old self, it was no surprise that I kept on ending up with women that and a terrible belief system, I attracted equally terrible women into my life.
Dating a girl with BPD doesn’t have to be nearly as difficult as you may believe. Because if you ask me, BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) is now a mainstream ‘disorder’ that nearly every young, attractive woman has. Even the psychologists who know what they are talking about say that diagnosing BPD is virtually impossible. Because almost every girl has some sort of BPD behavior.
However, as you’ll learn in this article, beautiful women tend to have many traits that are common among Borderlines.
Now I’m not going to sit here and say that you’re 100% responsible for your relationship not working. However, understand that you are 100% responsible for yourself.
Whether you want to believe it or not, there are a lot of healthy BPD relationships.
I’m sure you’ve seen these thrown all over the web.
All you have to do is take a quick visit to any community forum and you’ll see associated words such as: And so on and so forth. One of the first things I want to teach you is to You need to keep in mind that your upbringing and life experience is unique to you and you alone.
All successful, healthy relationships are built through respect and trust. I always had these codependent/borderline characteristics and it made me really insecure.
One of the biggest lies ever fed to society is this idea that life should be easy and simple. To make matters worse, my parents always told me that the right girl will eventually come, further deepening my codependent upbringing with this idea that I can sit back, be passive and get a girl.
If you truly do care then you will truly want to understand.