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BPD and Relationships

It is a sticky situation when it comes to having a relationship with someone who has any sort of mental health disorder. Whether that be a friendship, family member, or an intimate relationship, it comes with its challenges. Many people who suffer from mental disorders experience good days and bad days.  Unfortunately, rather than having good days and bad, some experience a change in mood hour to hour. It is very hot and cold and can be tough to manage for both parties in the relationship. This is a common condition with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). When it comes to a relationship with someone suffering from BPD, it can seem like you’re constantly walking on eggshells.  What is BPD Borderline Personality Disorder, more commonly called BPD, is a well-known mental health disorder. BPD is a condition that affects others around you just as much as it, does you. Someone with BPD has trouble interpreting emotions, causing constant fluctuations in one’s mood. Along with the constant mood swings, someone suffering from BPD has intense behavioral problems. This consists of random outbursts of anger or episodes of intense anxiety and depression. Impulsive and extreme thoughts and behavior are the norms for someone…