Borderline personality disorder online dating

14-Mar-2016 22:03

10 years later I’m still wondering what he thinks he didn’t sign up for. It’s all truth and I have the documentation proving it. I had thought he learned his lesson about cheating and lying his way through a marriage, but I’m thinking, and for good reason, that he learned nothing. I notice his avowal of accountability doesn’t extend beyond the verbal. In a nutshell, he ruined two lives for a leggy, fake tanned blonde 10 years my junior.and you eventually, once you can't live up to the perfect man she thought could rescue you from her horrible dark life - always complaining about little aches and pains- my back hurts, my head hurts, etc.- all of her exes are *******s or abusive, she's had numerous burnout relationships but the breakup NEVER had anything to do with her Roll Eyes - can't hold down jobs ...usually it's their boss was trying to get in their pants or some bull**** - likes pain from tattoos,piercings in weird places, kinky sex, etc - rebound relationships- there is always another guy and her bed never gets cold. Sometimes just goes cold overnight - extremely sensitive, starts crying over bull****..flips out when you don't text her back in time really scared of abandonment - poor relationship with her mother or an abusive mother - they see ghosts, believe in magic, etc - usually have some sort of music running through their head *always pick 4 crew* *conservative crew* *son or coathanger crew* *women shouldn't be allowed to vote crew* *always tells the truth even if it hurts crew* Some people cry and some people die by the wicked ways of love But I'll just keep on rolling along with the grace of the Lord above No empathy, no feeling, empty at the core of their personality/soul Manipulative, lying, triangulates relationships Makes you feel like the king n then devalues you, causes you to wonder where that person went that you knew aka "splitting" A lot a girls do it several times in the initial few days/weeks to see how far you will go; they do it even to the handsome guys they are interested in. This type of crazy comes with a diagnosis that often goes unnoticed until your heart is going for broke.Terms like psycho, narcissist, and OCD get thrown around.So far I have been on a few dates, the first one I went on ended with me giving him a blow job, then hating myself for about 3 weeks as he wouldn’t reply to my texts and I felt used and abandoned by this man that clearly should ‘love’ me, the second there just wasn’t a spark, the third I ended up sleeping with but it was a complete fuck up (I might cover this in another post) and the fourth went really well until I suddenly decided I didn’t like him because he was shorter than me.Going on internet dates is hard enough, but I go through a whole rig-marole (if that’s how you spell it) of getting ready, deciding I don’t want to go, forcing myself to go, convincing myself its going to be awful, finding it isn’t awful, falling in love on the first date and planning our wedding and the names of our children, wondering why he isn’t texting me back, ignoring him myself – you don’t have to tell me how much of a nightmare I am, I know already…

- She tells you she loves you within the first month or first few dates of knowing her - she does whatever it takes to please you in bed.the beginning that is, once she has you she uses sex as a weapon until she gets bored of you - compliments you a lot, tells you your the best she's ever had, etc - very critical of other men.So, recently I have been feeling a little lonely, so decided to try Internet Dating, and set myself a profile up on a popular, free site.So, I decided (like we peeps with BPD do) that free wasn’t good enough, so upgraded to the premium all-out service.Maybe you have been diagnosed with a mood disorder or are dating someone that should be diagnosed. There are two categories of “crazy” according to the DSM.The first is mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD.

- She tells you she loves you within the first month or first few dates of knowing her - she does whatever it takes to please you in bed.the beginning that is, once she has you she uses sex as a weapon until she gets bored of you - compliments you a lot, tells you your the best she's ever had, etc - very critical of other men.

So, recently I have been feeling a little lonely, so decided to try Internet Dating, and set myself a profile up on a popular, free site.

So, I decided (like we peeps with BPD do) that free wasn’t good enough, so upgraded to the premium all-out service.

Maybe you have been diagnosed with a mood disorder or are dating someone that should be diagnosed. There are two categories of “crazy” according to the DSM.

The first is mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD.

Anyway, here are some observations I have made from the hours spent browsing the site, and the dates I have been on; 1) I am a snob when it comes to the selection of a potential partner.