The narcissist, sociopath, and antisocial person crave stimulation and excitement, live in the present moment unconcerned with the consequences of their behavior.All personality disordered individuals have character traits that are ingrained, enduring patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving, and perceiving.The histrionic is overly dramatic (extreme drama queen), lively, seductive, and always calling attention to themselves.They quickly become bored with normal routines and display irrational outbursts or temper tantrums.The world of internet romance is a playground for the personality disordered. The narcissist, antisocial, and/or sociopath (mostly males) are particularly good at pretending to be someone else to have fun.
The female personality disordered tends to be histrionic, dependent, or borderline with smaller percentages who are narcissists. By the time the phone rang I had decided to get rid of her before she could get rid of me. I felt so ridiculous, but the pain, the fear, and the gut-wrenching poker in my gut were very real. Wanting to die but not being able to kill myself because I’d feel too much guilt for those I’d hurt, and then feeling angry about that so I cut myself or take an overdose to make all the feelings go away. One night I called my girlfriend and she said she would call me back because she was watching TV. It hurt so bad because the day before, I had started to believe that she really loved me.Like a lot of people with BPD, I have a chameleon-like ability to take on the coloring of the individual I am with. When other people aren’t around me I feel invisible.But the act is done more to fool me than to fool them. Engaging in impulsive “pain management" behaviors, such as going on spending sprees, having promiscuous sex, driving recklessly, abusing drugs or alcohol, binge eating, breaking the law, threatening suicide or making attempts, and engaging in self-harm.She has sex with men she barely knows and doesn’t use birth control.Her current boyfriend sells drugs, and I think she is using them too.People with borderline personality disorder see people as all good or all bad and have extreme, blink-of-an-eye mood swings.Their fear of abandonment, combined with feelings of emptiness and self-loathing, makes others feel like they're constantly walking on eggshells.For once, you may truly feel like someone’s hero or heroine.When the relationship begins, your significant other with BPD might tell you repeatedly how you are the only person who has completely understood them.That is the society we now live in and if you reject this truth, then you’ll continue to suffer in your relationships.In my opinion, you are MUCH better off to go the safe route and assume you’re dealing with BPD.Just assume that it’s highly likely that the girl you’re dating does in fact have BPD (especially if she’s a cutie). This report is important because it talks about the biggest mistake that men make in BPD relationships: rewarding bad behavior. It’s my free gift to you and will give you a good introduction into my relationship philosophy and why so many people get success through my training very quickly.