DEFINITION: Inappropraite post relations boundary breaking is not uncommon in disolved relationships with a person suffering from BPD. People with BPD may overstep the conventional boundaries by asking for favors, validation, even sex after having disengaged from the relationship themselves. People with BPD are known to overstep others personal boundaries in relationships and it stands to reason that they would do so post relationship. This is often very misleading, confusing, and even cruel to the former partner. Recognizing that this occurs and enforcing conventional post relationship boundaries is important. The motivations for the person with BPD are mostly selfishness and insensitivity rather than maliciousnes.
See also Break-up/Make-up cycles, Hoover, Inability to Disengage, Post Relationship Trauma.