Wanting your BPD ex to come back? Some people would call you crazy.
But I would call you adventurous! A risk taker! Hahaha but seriously I don’t blame you…
Despite BPD getting a lot of negative flack on the internet, the reality is that these relationships are manageable (and often a lot of fun as long as you know what you’re doing…).
And that’s why I built this website and all the products I offer: to help you understandwhat it takes to make a BPD relationship work.
Before we get into the meat of this article, I think you’ll enjoy the free “BPD Cheat Sheet” I’m giving away:
It’s a quick read and it will teach about one of the big mistakes that most men and women make in BPD relationships.
I’ll send it right to your inbox.
Personally, I don’t like the whole BPD label. In fact, most doctors these days don’t even want to diagnose BPD because it’s nearly impossible to do so!
The BPD label makes it really easy for you to throw the blame onto your partner and assume it’s because of their disorder that everything went to hell. You believe that you’re not the one responsible for this break up.
So, I want to change that going forward. No more blame games. No more finger-pointing like a politician in the goobermint.