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So... - May 14th 2010, 04:49 AM

This is a mix between relationships and BPD. I was going to make a fancy title, but I couldn't be bothered I don't know if this goes here or elsewhere, so move it if its not meant to be here. I put it here in the first place because it's specific to a mental health disorder, and general advice is unlikely to help.

My ex girlfriend of 4 years ago still has periodically stayed in my life, and we are friends... but there are unresolved issues. I have a new gf, who I really like, she makes me happy. Ok, I'm not in love right now, but I don't mind as long as she doesnt. She's not in love either apparently. So thats all good. But my ex gf, she's not happy I'm in another relationship.

She has borderline personality disorder (BPD), and she is reeling in any strings she has left in my soul. BPD suffers are very good at manipulation, particularly of people like me... I guess I'm finding it hard to break loose, even though I'm slowly coming to the conclusion I miss that intense bond, but not the relationship, which was hellish.

I'm not really sure where I'mgoing with this, I'm just kinda struggling, and its interferring with my revision for my final exams of my uni degree. So I guess I'm partly just trying to vent, I guess also I was wondering if anyone else here has been in a relationship with someone who has BPD, and how they coped with it all, or if anyone knows of BPD loved ones support websites, etc? Or if you have BPD, do you have any tips of on I can sort this out from your experience?

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