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But as long as they remain functional in their everyday lives they will probably not qualify for the diagnosis.
As with most traits associated with BPD, there is a spectrum that can be applied to the pattern of romantic idealization and devaluation.
They will have outbursts of anger, impulsivity and frequent mood swings.
Many people with borderline personality disorder get better with treatment and can live happy, peaceful lives.
It may sound cruel and malicious to draw a man in, win his trust over completely, and then systematically tear him down.
But the truth is that in most of these relationships the woman herself may have no idea during the idealization phase that she is headed straight towards the destruction of her relationship.
There are two questions that unanswered lead to a great amount of confusion on the part of men who have been through this cycle. If a romantic partner has devalued you this way does it mean she actually has the condition of borderline personality disorder? What exactly is it that can make a woman pull out all the stops to win your trust only to then turn on you when you are at your most vulnerable. Does a wife or girlfriend who first idealized you and then began a campaign to devalue you have the condition known as borderline personality disorder?
The simple answer is that although she may have traits of BPD and she may engage in behaviors associated with BPD, she probably does not qualify for the diagnosis.
Researchers have found that those who have a personality disorder and a co-occurring mental health disorder are at a greater risk for long-term psychopathology.
These events are brought about by a difficult employee’s personality.
If you are like most men who have found themselves in a committed relationship with a woman with traits of borderline personality disorder or BPD, you probably started off feeling like you were the luckiest guy in the world.
In addition, co-occurring disorders can have an intensely negative impact on the quality of life of those suffering with a mental illness.
In 2000 a survey of the top Fortune 1000 found that every work day, 723 workers are physically attacked, 43,800 are harassed and 16,400 threatening incidents take place.