|Old_Zircon - 2014-12-09 |
It's THAN, for fuck's sake.
|Stopheles - 2014-12-09 |
Reading up on this 20 years ago, when a close relative was diagnosed with BPD, was terrifying and yet also comforting in that so many of the traits described made sense. I was told that an older male with BPD was really uncommon because "it usually either burns itself out or leaves the male victim dead in the parking lot of a bar."
"Burns itself out?" I'm genuinely curious what that means, I always understood it as something that was pretty much untreatable and didn't really go away once it manifested.
probably learn to deal with it better, ya know?
I kind of thought not being able to deal with it was one of the defining features.
Jet Bin Fever
Some people change too. They're not just locked in stone. They adjust, get to a different environment and such.
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2014-12-09 |
I'm pretty sure that one of my ex-girlfriends was BPD. She had all the symptoms, anyway.
She was fascinating and incredibly attractive. I still think of her sometimes.
I married it. All of her good qualities are oh slightly outweighed by the negatives.
Jet Bin Fever
I had ONE girlfriend with BPD. ONE. Never ever again. It was miserable. Fun, exciting, wonderful... and then the worst possible relationship of my life. The good thing was that I didn't have to worry with her, like I have with so many others, if it was my fault.
I think we can all agree that women are crackers.
|Hooker - 2014-12-09 |
My youngest brother is a psychology graduate. He strongly suspects the brother in between us has BPD. That in-between brother is the person I hate more than anyone else I know.
The dude burned me on a drug deal. He's got to go down, I say.
|countvelcro - 2014-12-10 |
Was diagnosed with it in my early 20's, since then I've turned 30 and seem to be fine. It's kind of synonymous with being an immature selfish cunt.
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