improve your life

Just like most people that have been able to build successful, long-lasting relationships, I have found my own life strategies that work extremely well.

So what’s in my bag of tricks? As you read this article, understand that these 7 pieces of life advice can help you just as much as they have helped me. Perhaps you’re already doing some of them. If so, that’s great! Keep it up.

If not, then apply all of these to your life and I promise that your relationships will improve, you’ll be happy with yourself and your confidence will shoot through the roof.

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BPD Marriage

Being in a long-term relationship and married to someone with a personality disorder such as BPD (borderline personality disorder) can be an immense undertaking, especially if you have no prior knowledge to what you’re up against.

Relationships in general are difficult for most people. Add BPD-related issues to the mix and it’s like throwing more gasoline on an out of control blaze.

The good news is that being married to a BPD doesn’t have to be as difficult and confusing as you may currently believe.

Now I don’t know what your exact situation is like, but I can promise you that with the tips I’m going to share in this article, you should be able to see better days in the future.

I’ve personally never been married, but I’ve been in several relationships with BPD women. My best male friend is also a BPD type so I have a solid understanding of how these people think and behave.

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BPD long term relationship

I used to be like you, wondering if it were ever possible to actually have a successful BPD relationship. Less drama, less hot/cold behavior, less trust issues. The usual. You’re probably wondering the same thing.

Maybe you’re dating someone with unusual behavior and it led you to learning about BPD, which eventually led you here to my website. You hear over and over again from people on the internet to avoid Borderlines, that they’re incapable of being in a long-term, healthy relationship.

Well, after many of my own personal experiences as well as coaching both men and women over the years, it is absolutely possible to make these relationships fun and enjoyable for the long-term.

They’re just a bit different from what you’re used to. Truly successful, long-term relationships are only possible when you actually know how relationships work. Almost everybody gets this wrong.

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codependency relationships

The more time that you spend learning about BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and other behavioral relationships, the more you will realize that most people in these relationships suffer from some sort of Codependency issues.

BPD’s are usually also very codependent individuals. They seek the same love and affection that codependents seek. But BPD related issues get in the way.

Over the years, I have gotten much better at figuring out the causes of codependency and more importantly, how to smash these problems so you can live a happier and healthier life.

I began my research into codependency several years ago just as you are doing now because I felt the same things that you’re feeling now. Sure enough, I realized that I had a lot of codependency issues and thus I worked on fixing them.

Most of you probably suffer from some sort of codependency. The reason BPD’s and codependents attract each other is because a lot of the same issues overlap each other.

So let’s dive in and explore more about Codependency and what you can do starting now to fix these issues…

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Out of all the questions I receive from my readers, asking about how to get a BPD ex back is definitely the most common question.

And I really do try to offer as much help as possible on this subject. Getting an ex back in general is a hard task as I’m sure you understand.

But the #1 key to getting a BPD ex back is to NOT chase as this can back fire and push your ex away even more.

It’s really hard to lose focus on your ex when you have strong feelings for her, but you must work as hard as you can to focus on your own lifestyle improvement or else you’ll deteriorate.

It doesn’t matter how good of a boyfriend or girlfriend you think you were. The biggest factor in BPD relationship success is educating yourself.

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bpd bipolar relationship mistakes

If there’s anyone that understands what it’s like to date someone with BPD (borderline personality disorder) or Bipolar disorder, its me. My first girlfriend had both BPD and Bipolar.

As you can guess, my first introduction into relationships was quite a wild one. But I learned a lot from it and for that I am thankful.

Dating someone with any type of behavioral issue can be a daunting task if you are not prepared. If you’re simply looking for a calm, relaxing experience, then it’s best you avoid these types of people.

However, if you find the fun and excitement far outweighs the drama that can come about, then I’m glad you found my website because my passion is helping both men and women succeed in dating people with behavioral issues such as BPD and Bipolar.

Because these people have usually had a rough and tumultuous upbringing, they tend to think differently, their emotions are constantly up and down, they have trouble with trust and commitment, and plenty of other various issues.

Here are what I believe to be the 5 biggest mistakes people make when dating a BPD or Bipolar person:

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dating a bpd male

Dating a male with BPD is a very interesting topic for me because of my beliefs towards BPD in general. It is such a vast diagnosis that it’s really difficult to simply say ‘Oh, he has BPD’.

In the process of creating this article, I decided around 3am that I should just record an additional audio program specifically for the women that are looking for BPD male advice.

So, I recorded a brand new audio program called The BPD Male. If you have already purchased the BPD Relationship Success program, then you’ll find the new audios on the download page.

With that said, the main point that I want you to instill into your head as you read this article and anything else in the future is that:

You must focus on the individual that you are involved with, and NOT the diagnosis (such as BPD).

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