Loving & Understanding A Narcissist

Many romantic relationships begin when two individuals attracted to each other bond over common ground. They may connect with one another if they have similar personality traits, or share the same values, interests or life experiences. At the beginning, both individuals may intentionally or subconsciously choose to only reveal their best qualities. They will paint…

Sex Addiction & Control

Sex addiction, formally referred to as hypersexual disorder, can be as destructive and disruptive as any other addiction. In contrast to an individual with a high sex drive, a sex addict usually has feelings of self loathing, and is rarely satisfied after intercourse. They are dependent on sex, and lose control when they aren’t getting enough…

“It’s Complicated” – BPD Romantic Relationships

Everyone wants to be loved. But many borderlines struggle to form secure relationships, and sometimes lose out on love because of their emotional instability. Along with extreme emotional outbursts and impulsive behaviour, there are other BPD characteristics that can deeply effect a romantic relationship…

5 Positive Reasons To Marry Your Borderline Partner

Love, long-term relationships and marriage are not easy. Anything worth pursuing in the long run requires the right balance of commitment, communication and understanding. If you have passed the “I Hate You—Don’t Leave Me” phase of the relationship with your BPD partner, and they have their BPD under significant control, you may be considering to take the next step…