Dating a bpd woman

It may seem like a great deal has happened between the two of you in a short period of time as the conversation is intense, and her attention, and her eyes are always so deeply focused on you.

Here is a woman who may look like a dream come true.

This pattern may take months or even years to evolve.

The phases are typically not completely successive -- there is typically cycles of forward and backward movement between phases.

She was funny and caring and into all of my hobbies with a smile that could melt your heart. However, what I didn’t realize at the time was this was simply her mask.

I had come from an extremely abusive home, so I was definitely the kind of guy looking for a woman to validate my existence.

She not only seems to make you the center of her attention, but she even craves listening to your opinions, thoughts and ideas.

It will seem like you have really found your heart's desire.

Some things that seemed exciting begin to lose their thrill, while other new possibilities will pop up and prove themselves to be even more exhilarating than your earlier adventures.It is this intense way she has of bearing down on you emotionally that can feel very seductive.You will feel elevated, adored, idealized - almost worshiped, maybe even to the level of being uncomfortable -- and you will feel that way quickly.And that brings me to the point of today's article.If you truly wish to create amazing relationships with the women in your life, picking up women is only part of the picture.I have been dating a woman for about a month and a half now; a week or two ago she confessed to having BPD.The more I read up on it, the more worried I become.2- are there any rules of thumb concerning what to say/not say to prevent outbursts and hate spells, or a way to approach conflict?I enjoy this woman very much, but nearly every single person I've asked for advice who's had experience with BPD tells me, with no subtlety, to "run for the hills". hi mate, from a male point of view, I don't think anyone can say what not to say, to stop an outburst, as everyone has different triggers, but saying that, abandonment is a biggie for me!I told myself that this wasn’t the case after having been through several bad relationships and a previous marriage to a personality-disordered woman before.So, I thought I had “learned” from my mistakes and was ready for the right person to love me in a way that no one else could.