Dating borderline woman
He told everyone the marriage was wonderful -- as so many men do. and Randi Kreger Order on-line More info on their Web site Paul Mason, M. As the authors of Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder point out, women (and men) with Borderline Personality Disorder are frequently abusive. Remember: TV star and comedian Phil Hartman never talked about his marital problems, either, except to joke about having to leave the house when his wife was mad. " Do you feel like you need to walk on eggshells all the time?Thank goodness, now I am free of the emotional pain and abuse I have been through. Yes, it was a painful decision but I know it will go away with time. Although the book is directed at women, it applies equally to both sexes.The emotional abuse I've been taking would have been for ever. Read the following excerpt from the book The Emotionally Abused Woman: Overcoming Destructive Patterns and Reclaiming Yourself. Keep in mind that this book was written for women who are victims of domestic abuse, not for people in BPD situations. We'll do it anonymously, unless you give specific permission to use your name and/or e-mail address. And talking to another man about it is the first step in healing -- in survival. Often, it'll be enough to get him to talk to you about it -- if not right away, perhaps in a bit.
They have to have their own way, and will resort to threats to get it.
Emotional abuse is any behavior that is designed to control another person through the use of fear, humiliation, and verbal or physical assaults.
It can include verbal abuse and constant criticism to more subtle tactics like intimidation, manipulation, and refusal to ever be pleased.
Blowing your flaws out of proportion and making fun of you in front of others.
Over time, this type of abuse erodes your sense of self confidence and self-worth.