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The following material was written for individuals trying to recover from a relationship that's had toxic consequences for them, and is not intended as a support resourse for Borderlines or anyone with BPD traits.

Perfectionistic traits are most often observed in the Borderline Queen.

If you even hint that she's made a mistake, she becomes highly offended and indignant.

The BPD Queen has harshly judged and dissociated from all darker or "negative" emotions, because she believes them to be unacceptable and , so she sure as hell won't make any room for yours!

If a Queen feels reprimanded or criticized, her anger may get submerged, but it'll likely be replaced with an imperious, judgmental and shaming tone and comments that'll make you feel utterly decimated.

The Queenly Borderline may not rage at you like the BPD Witch~ but you will not escape her piercing disdain for you..

If you're ever unfortunate enough to get involved with one, you won't be permitted to have your own feelings and needs, unless they're simultaneously shared by and identical with your Borderline's.

Due to innate narcissism in all Borderlines, there's only enough space in this relationship for one personality to exist~ never two.

every Borderline who phones me for help, states: "I've done a lot of work on myself!

" I always smile to myself, because it's a dead giveaway that I'm hearing from someone who at the very least, has BPD traits and has searched lifelong for answers and explanations pertaining to their inner torment, and failed relationship attempts.

Many, many Borderlines are tireless seekers of insight and truth.

There's often a tenacious will to heal themselves and grow, but no matter how much therapy they've tried or how many self-help books they read or support groups they joined, self-loathing remains entrenched and implacable.

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