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« on: December 30, 2016, 10:06:41 AM »

Surviving a Breakup with Someone Suffering with Borderline Personality Disorder

"Few things are more intoxicating than a partner who is brimming with infatuation, or more inexplicable than to watch this same person become resentful and start disengaging for no apparent reason. In a relationship with a person suffering with the traits of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) these extreme highs and lows are commonplace. Disengaging from this type of intense relationship can be difficult."

The following Staff article is an excellent guide that explores the difficulties of trying to breakup with someone with BPD, and how to make it easier on yourself and your partner. The "10 Beliefs That Can Get You Stuck" are very illuminating and can radically change your perspective about the reality of your relationship dynamics.

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