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Topics: Stepsister with BPD, stepmom enabling her. How do I cope?

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Obviously w/o knowin the person or upon meetin them if I found this out abt them, then it would b too much of a headache to wanna plunge into. However, once I fall in love w this person n then I find out, I feel there s no turnin back. Not to say that u should b deceitful to ur mate n lie abt it, but def don t bring it up first thng. (Well MAYB the trans thng, yes. The disorder, no.) But I thnk most importantly, u gotta work hard to get better. I m not at all tryna b insensitive by saying that, but u also need to understand that it s just to stressful having to fight n argue w someone u love that it makes it difficult to have a happy, healthy relationshis, let alone one that will last. I wish u the best of luck n much happiness♪

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Unfortunately, persons with personality disorders are not nearly as flexible. Depending upon the type of personality disorder, affective (emotional) features can range from being very constricted, indifferent, cold, and experiencing little pleasure in life; to rapidly changing and wildly fluctuating emotions, often expressed with great intensity and dramatic flair. In some personality disorders this lack of flexibility surrounding emotional expression leads to problems with chronic anger and irritability, problems with extreme anxiety, or a complete lack of empathy.

Just as we did before when we considered disordered thinking patterns, let's look at some examples of specific personality disorders to illustrate these problematic emotional response patterns, and the types of interpersonal problems that are created a result.

I ve had BPD all my life with many comorbidities. My major symptom has been scopophobia which I shared with my mother who was a holocaust victim$ I had infantile trauma during WWII as an infant, and although I have lived with other dysfunctional aspects of BPD, scopophobia has been the most obvious and disabling symptom.(When I was young it was misdiagnosed((probably)) as paranoid schizophrenia..

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You are here: Home / Featured / In His Own Words: Nice guy meets abusive borderline personality disordered woman, Part I

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It can be incredibly scary and incredibly daunting at the same time. You often struggle to deal with your own emotions yourself, let alone letting someone else in to get to know them.

1. There may be a day where we wake up feeling over the moon, but before the day’s out we may just want to hide under the covers and cry.

3. Please don’t question an unpredictable mood, simply ask how we’re feeling and if there’s anything you do.

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Since pop culture treats these BPD sufferers (and no, they're not all women) as a walking Worst Case Scenario, we thought we'd sit down with one and see.

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Wow that was a long story, but I enjoyed reading it. Your parents seem to be clinging to the thought of your sister changing. Your stepmother is just making things 100 times worse by allowing her to have a free ride on you guys. Although your sister is mentally ill, it does not exclude her from reality. She needs someone to put her in her place. I understand that she will need her family through these hard times to get her through withdraws and everything else. However, letting her run and do as she pleases is NOT the answer. I m not sure how you are going to get that through to your stepmother.. she may just have to learn it the hard way when she wakes up and all her money is gone and so is Hannah. I say enjoy your life with your husband and quit worrying yourself so much over it. I would accept the party. If it does end up to be Hannah s day in the end then you ll know not to accept any offer as such again. Don t completely disconnect yourself from your family though. Hope I helped and didn t just confuse you more on what to do :)