82457acb1a eCollection 2014. And perpetrators use whatever works again and again. Do you care for or support a relative or significant other who has borderline personality disorder or another personality disorder? If so, you are invited to participate in an online survey from researchers at the University of Wollongong, Australia. on July 22, 2014 - 9:48pm Thank you very much for your response and great question. My father even had friendly relations with a man who had made sexual advances towards me when I was 17. In the above case, the mother simply did not want to extend herself when she had her child all to herself. I would love for my mom to be diagnosed in her country with BPD if that's what it is.
I even worried about going to hell for not loving her. For most of my 20s, I went through repetitive cycles of tolerating this bad behavior, then cutting her off after a particularly bad rage, then slowly allowing her back in out of guilt, and looking back.because I was more innocent and believed she would change. Here the mother is demanding that her son commit to jeopardizing the lives of his entire family for her survival and convenience. Narcissistic mothers act like they possess their children. You WON'T become your mother, you CAN express anger in a healthy way and most importantly LEARN how to do itI wish you a lot of strenght. Anger yields to sadness, which yields to acceptance." You and others stop placing blame and work on truly understanding the disorder so we can cure it. I lost 99% of my support, exhausted those that had been close to me, lost my marriage, etc. The "vulnerable" type of narcissist has much in common with people who have borderline personality disorder.