Dating a borderline male

27-Sep-2016 21:09

While there are differences (classic female psychopaths are not prone to self-harm and have a very low suicide rate), they change almost nothing in situation of people who need to confront them. Borderlines with high or very high IQ are different from borderlines with an average or low IQ.

The titles of books about borderline personality disorder tell you a lot about what its like to live with someone who has it: Such characters as Alex in Fatal Attraction in exaggerated form show quite vividly what such relationship is about.

An unstable sense of self is characteristic of the disorder, along with impulsiveness and demanding behavior.

Along with the disorder itself, this stigma is also a contributing factor for the difficulty folks with BPD have in creating meaningful relationships. Not ALL my articles (by a long-shot) characterize people with BPD as "dangerous," and in fact most of them speak to the pathology in individuals who attach to them, so there's a solid balance of insight provided about these relationship dynamics. I put a link up a couple of times to your site saying how wonderful and insightful I thought you were.They also experience severe anger and frequently undermine their significant others.Those with BPD commonly mask their dependency and manipulation.There are also "borderline" in a sense that they can easily break or balance on boundaries, that few people dare to cross. Colloquially (especially in high school environment) they are called "drama queens".For all practical purposes this the category (adding strong intellect) strongly overlaps with Female Sociopaths.

Along with the disorder itself, this stigma is also a contributing factor for the difficulty folks with BPD have in creating meaningful relationships. Not ALL my articles (by a long-shot) characterize people with BPD as "dangerous," and in fact most of them speak to the pathology in individuals who attach to them, so there's a solid balance of insight provided about these relationship dynamics. I put a link up a couple of times to your site saying how wonderful and insightful I thought you were.They also experience severe anger and frequently undermine their significant others.Those with BPD commonly mask their dependency and manipulation.There are also "borderline" in a sense that they can easily break or balance on boundaries, that few people dare to cross. Colloquially (especially in high school environment) they are called "drama queens".For all practical purposes this the category (adding strong intellect) strongly overlaps with Female Sociopaths.Those suffering with borderline personality disorder (BPD) have a proclivity for unstable interpersonal relationships.