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Some of these males present as little boys, ambivalently in need of rescuing or care.Their vulnerability comes across in a way that has you seeing them as open and genuine--but watch out!He left home to get away from There's always a childhood template that sets up our attraction to someone personality disordered.Perhaps your Borderline has traits similar to Mom or Dad (though this attraction is primarily due to unresolved attachment issues with mother), and you're , while constantly undermining his personal strivings and attachment endeavors.No question, I was doing all the heavy emotional lifting in that relationship.Tears streamed down his face, whenever I'd try to engage him on any topic we were struggling with--no matter issues that had already been fully discussed and resolved) in his effort to throw me off track, and maintain control.Borderlines thrive on crisis, drama and chaos, which contribute to their sense of aliveness--it's the won't seek therapeutic help unless/until he's in crisis.
It's incredible that this man appears so completely without guile, he almost instantly puts you at ease and inspires your trust. As this courtship picks up speed, you feel lucky to have found such a considerate, thoughtful, loving man~ but as you begin trusting that his pronouncements of love are Casanova makes sure you know how grateful he is to have finally found you, because you're "like no other woman" he's ever known.
Don't try to read this text narcissistic, as each lacks capacity for empathy. Yes, but it requires highly specialized care, and tenacious commitment by the client/patient to do some very courageous and difficult recovery work.
Male BPD traits include; impulsivity, passive aggression, lying, stalking, lack of empathy, poor self-worth, drug/alcohol abuse, extramarital affairs, rageful outbursts, depression/suicidal ideation, inability to tolerate difficult emotions or self-soothe, self-harming behaviors (or accident prone), cognitive distortion and projections, splitting (love you/hate you), physical volatility or violence, rebound relationships, anxiety and/or OCD issues, self-sabotage in personal and professional realms, , extreme jealousy, narcissism/grandiosity, selective memory/recall, black or white thinking, verbal exhibitionism/incessant talking, codependency (and other addictions), sarcasm, control issues, eating disorders, emotional blackmail (ie suicide threats), childhood molestation, pedophilia, dissociation from feeling/"black-outs," perfectionism and rigid or opinionated, insatiable need for attention, and attraction to inaccessible women or long-distance romances.
It's not been my intent to neglect or overlook gay or bi-sexual males here, but in my work with borderline males and those trying to recover from loving them, the bulk of this text applies, regardless of sexual or gender preference.
Borderline Personality Disorder in men is harder to recognize than in women, because their seductions are usually emotional, rather than sexual.
I'm sure that trusting my personality features and narcissism in males as comprehensively as possible, so you can begin to rebalance/heal from your most tormenting relationship experiences.