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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS
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Author Topic: Can a pwBPD react suddenly to a gradual change in a situation?  (Read 66 times)
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« on: December 14, 2017, 06:38:51 AM »

I realised that most of my anxieties about my Mum's reactions are about the possibility of her reacting suddenly to a slowly changing situation, given that she doesn't really know where she ends and I begin. So as she has a history of equating my husband and her first husband too, one example of such a situation would be our marriage. My mum was widowed after about a year, but our marriage will be 4 in March. Could she suddenly reach a 'tipping point' over it?
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