My brother was married to a woman with BPD for eight long, tough, horrible years. story from the experience, I Married a Man With Borderline Personality Disorder. Yes, the sex is great, but when a BPD woman 'uses' sex on a man that she . My brother was married to a woman with BPD for eight long . Dating a married man is absolutely verboten – at least this was what our mother used to say, but then she was always a religious woman and believed that dating – or . can a person with Borderline Personality Disorder get married • dating .. BPD-1 My girlfriend / wife doesn;t have a personality disorder. breaking up, crazy bitch, dating, divorce, emotional abuse, hostile dependency, .. I finally changed my dating behavior after a 3 year relationship with a BPD man who combined the . I admit that I was worried when she told me I was .And, I did not get married to become someone;s slave, . I;ve only been dating her for a little over a month, so this is .. As a woman with BPD I can tell you that I am a fantastic . Having an affair with this married man can be a path to heartache. I want to end it before I get more attached and I don’t know what to say or how to say it so that it is quick and to the point.I guess in a way I am hoping he would fight for me, but I know he will never leave his wife and kids so reality is I have to tell him goodbye and stick with it no matter what he says or does. A: I’m so glad you realize that you need to get out of this relationship. But there are three things I would suggest that may help cushion the ending. A week’s vacation, a retreat, something where you are distracted.Secondly, let him know you wish things were different, but since they are not you can’t let yourself fall down this rabbit hole.
Perhaps the best advice you can give someone about having a relationship with a married man is telling her not to even start. As my friend Jenna* told me, "You can't help who you fall in love with.
Advertisement My guess is that you feel entitled to pursue this man because you believe that your relationship history hasn’t been that great. You have the same problem I did: pursuing folks who were unavailable and relying exclusively on physical attraction.
I must tell you that you are not entitled to anything. All your other relationships were just normal growing pains of life. Confine your looking to those who are emotionally available: Look for a nice, single guy within a five mile radius.
The love of your life just might be a married man." Being part of any couple can be challenging and unpredictable, as we all know.
But when the man with whom you're involved is part of another couple, someone else's husband, then the challenge and unpredictability can make your life a messy, unhappy waiting game that you will rarely win.