Dating a borderline personality disorder
This leads them to believe they deserve special treatment, and to assume they have special powers, are uniquely talented, or that they are especially brilliant or attractive.Their sense of entitlement can lead them to act in ways that fundamentally disregard and disrespect the worth of those around them.
In fact, they will often blame their victims for "causing" their wrong actions, or deserving of their fate.In short, if we've never been able to orderline personality is constructed from a cumulative, complex group of emotional injuries to one's sense of Self.These begin within the first year of life, due to deficits in affection, holding, nurturing and emotional attunement with the birth mother that inhibit/derail a baby's ability to We form an intimate bond of oneness with our mothers in-utero.Status is very important to people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.Associating with famous and special people provides them a sense of importance. Despite their bravado, people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder require a lot of admiration from other people in order to bolster their own fragile self-esteem.Borderlines are not "bad people." Their lifelong struggle with fear and anguish made it necessary to develop a self-protective, tough outer shell or armor that helped them avert further harm to themselves during a time when they were very small and defenseless, and had to survive.
Unfortunately, learned survival instincts/defenses prompt disruptive acting-out episodes and distancing behaviors in even In truth, when individuals are helped to resolve their self-worth issues, and connect with their emotions without compulsively analyzing or judging them, personality disorder features can be eliminated.
People with Borderline Personality Disorder tend to experience intense and unstable emotions and moods that can shift fairly quickly.
They generally have a hard time calming down once they have become upset.
Borderline pathology is never caused by a genetic or biological abnormality, and it cannot be inherited.
BPD is solely an environmentally induced 'nurture' issue, which is passed along through a diffuse, inadequate maternal connection from each generation to the next.
It's not 'rocket science,' but it definitely requires an unconventional and unique type of assistance, that falls outside the realm of standard or traditional therapies.