Trauma after dating girl with bpd
Partners who have BPD know how to get into your head in a way that can make you feel invigorated and renewed.
The way this person can hang on to your every word and make you feel special, validated and understood causes you to let down your guard and emotionally connect in powerful ways.
Part of the confusion may be your belief that your partner with BPD was experiencing the relationship the same way you were—this is likely not the case at all.
Feelings of depression and heart-palpitating anxiety won't lessen the harshness of this uneasy situation you find yourself catapulted into.
Just like there is a profile for the borderline personality type, there is also a profile for the kind of man that they often choose to partner with.
The type of personality that so often gets caught up in a relationship with a woman with traits of BPD is what we might call a “nice guy” type.
Initially, your BPD partner will place you on a pedestal until you come to believe you are as special as you are being told you are.
In Part 2 of this blog series you are going to learn that there are very specific reasons why women with traits of borderline personality disorder seem to attract a certain type of man and why these men so often can’t let go of these troubled relationships.In order to understand the dynamic of this couple, we need to answer a very important question.What was it about this man that attracted a woman with traits of BPD in the first place?Your partner is a master-manipulator who is chameleon-like and you just didn't stand a chance at real happiness of the lasting variety.Unbeknownst to you, your partner's underlying traits of BPD caused him or her shame, fear, disappointment, resentment, and anger.
In Part 1 we explored the personality type associated with traits of borderline personality disorder, or BPD, and the unusual pattern of Dr. Hyde transformation that so many of these women go through when they enter a romantic relationship.