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  1. You'll end up broken and emotionally/mentally effed up if you stay in a relationship with a BPD woman. It's drama, drama, and more drama. Cut contact and move on with your life. I know this is easier said than done and sounds harsh, but it's the only way. I still love and miss my ex- girlfriend, but I know that her BPD issues would make my life hell and the relationship would not survive, just like all her past ones failed.
  2. I know how you feel because I was in a very similar situation as you. It hurts bad to be the one dumped after a loving and happy relationship like that. Mine ended a little over a year ago after about 7 months together. I was heart broken, depressed, and felt like a huge part of me was gone. I had to go through the complete grieving process, including anger, to heal and forgive. You will too. It took me almost a year to feel "normal" again. I still see her from time to time at work and it's hard to not reach out because my feelings for her are still alive and strong. She has told me she
  3. It is hard and I'm truly sorry you're going through that. I know exactly how it feels. I was in a very intense emotional and physical relationship with a woman and we fell in love with each other very deeply. After about 6 months she decided to end things and stepped away from our relationship because she was trying to "figure things out." We still remained in occasional contact for a while, but she changed and went from very loving/affectionate to almost cold and very distant. I went through all stages of loss....denial, depression, anger, sadness, etc. It hurt...like a part of my h
  4. Absolutely true! I made the mistake of being involved with a woman who was separated and going through a divorce. We were together for about 7 months and it was incredible to say the least! I long to be with her and some days I miss her so much, but the pain, depression, and anger I went through when she pulled away and left reminds me that it won't ever be the same. I constantly wonder how someone who was so into me, loving, affectionate, and wanting a long-term relationship so bad can pull away and become cold like we never had anything. I never hurt her in any way. I saw her at work l
  5. Only if he's an anxious and insecure man, then yes it will get his attention and he'll chase, beg, grovel, etc. A secure, confident man won't do that crap. If she seems to not care or is indifferent, then I move on and chalk it up to her loss not mine.
  6. It depends. If it's accompanied by other manipulative tactics like love bombing, and you get a "too good to be true" impression, then mirroring is a narcissist/cluster B manipulative tactic to lure you in more and more. If the relationship develops normally or at a slower pace and there's no other symptoms of narcissistic behavior, then mirroring is a normal and sincere thing for couples to do who are infatuated with each other.
  7. My friend told me about a time he went with his wife to her yearly pelvic exam. He was in the restroom stall and heard two guys come in. He assumed they were doctors because one of them commented how nice it is to get to examine hot women. After he informed his wife about this, she switched to a female OB/GYN. Just because some man has a piece of paper on his wall proving he's a doctor doesn't turn him into a drone or robot and all of a sudden remove his biological wiring to be visually turned on. He's wired as any normal male.
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