Dating a female
Just assume that it’s highly likely that the girl you’re dating does in fact have BPD (especially if she’s a cutie). This report is important because it talks about the biggest mistake that men make in BPD relationships: rewarding bad behavior. It’s my free gift to you and will give you a good introduction into my relationship philosophy and why so many people get success through my training very quickly.Chances are, you don’t even realize you’re doing this. The word ‘BPD’ has so many negative words associated with it.“Do they get jealous when you mention other people or go on dates?You can test them a little to see how they react when you talk about what you are up to when you aren't with them.The only time friends with benefits can succeed is if you aren't really that bothered about each other - so you won't have been that good friends at all,” he said.So bite the bullet, take the leap, embrace failure and any other romantic clichés you can think of.
In my opinion, you are MUCH better off to go the safe route and assume you’re dealing with BPD.
In fact, some of the best relationships often start out as friendships.
Think of Sheryl Sandberg, who was friends with her late husband Dave for six years before they became romantically involved.
“I have a friend who is possibly more than a friend after we crossed the line, but he's also definitely not my boyfriend or anything close to that, so we have a really confusing relationship where neither of us actually knows how the other feels." As for the whole friends with benefits conundrum?
Unless it’s a short-term, contractual agreement (“thou shalt not acquire romantic feelings”), it’s a turn-of-phrase that’s best left to rom coms, advised the dating experts.
, when Billy Crystal’s character explains the age old riddle of male and female friendships.