Dating borderline personality disorder man
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By Jade Joddle The 7 red flags of a psycho as represented in the animation above are based on observations of family life as I was growing up in an unstable home.
I describe healthy female emotional processing in my coursework for men, in fact, it is the heart of my work to teach men how to guide and manage women’s amazing capacity to refine life through her unique intuitive skills.
Consider that nagging sense, that is getting louder, your best friend right now.
His every move marks his own growing instability, the cycle gains momentum.
Daily pressure becomes more and more intense until one or the other can’t take it anymore.
There is a great deal of shame attached to this repeated going back and giving up pattern, but there is no man that has been where you are that would ever shame you.
Here is the real deal, when you’ve been attacked by, messed around, manipulated and controlled, rejected repeatedly, frantically clung to and unceremoniously dumped (maybe many times) by a Borderline Personality Disorder woman, you get worn down.
His deep desire to please, not rock the boat and earn favor as a likable guy makes him the Borderline Personality Disorder women’s perfect, sub consciously targeted victim.
Her attention seeking tactics and inability to maintain stability is aggravated by his efforts at placation.
The ‘psycho’ you see represented in the video is a borderline male who has deep emotional wounds in relation to abandonment.
He lives in a permanent state of emotional conflict because more than anything he wants to be in a loving relationship, but yet the very act of getting close to someone triggers in him an irrational fear of abandonment over which he has no control.
When he is in a relationship, or even casually dating, he lives in constant fear that the relationship could end at any given moment.