After coming across some photos of my ex and my replacement...I had a bit of a setback last week. But I am doing better. Each time the wound is re-opened I seem to come out of it and heal a little bit more. Granted, a lot of tears were shed and it knocked me for a loop since my ex told me that "he didn't want anyone else" when he broke up with me...and that "he just couldn't be a boyfriend"...
Anyway, of course the photo's look like they are just soooo happy together and in the honeymoon phase which I admit is hard to see! But I am trying my best to understand that the r/s will likely take the same path down the same road that mine did. And this is what helps me to cope.
While thinking about the "probable" demise of their r/s which is on borrowed time, as I would like to think, I was wondering if there were any valid statistics on the "divorce rate" or "failure rate" of BPD relationships?
I have read in several places that the divorce rate or probability of a Bi Polar relationship failing is 90%. Just wondering if there were figures that documented BPD relationships as well?