Dating a borderline male
” She says that the link isn't a leap by any means. “If they're perceiving the situation as invalidating, it can be hard to communicate with them and get through to them because, now, they've gone to that place of ‘you're all bad,'” Dr. Essentially, they feel as though you've done something to them, so they're done. But, as we all know, ghosting might happen when we didn't even realize that anything had gone wrong in the first place.
Is it possible for someone with BPD to feel totally invalidated and, as a result, ghost you when you had no idea you even did anything wrong? Dardashti says, “That could happen too, where they just shut down completely.”It's also important to understand that people who suffer from BPD very often have an overwhelming fear of abandonment.
How many times have you met a man who by all intents and purposes seems like your perfect match?
It’s love at first sight as you fall head over heels for him, only to realize later that he was the Devil’s spawn?
What if I were to tell you there could be a real, psychological reason behind why that guy ghosted you so brutally that one time?
For example, if your partner accuses you of not caring about him, you can walk away rather than crying.
Among the down low men, the cheaters, the con artists and the play boys, there is a more sinister man lurking: the Sociopath.
You’re probably thinking you can spot a psycho from a mile away, but you’re wrong. He wants you to feel sorry for his abusive childhood, psychotic ex, troubles at work or financial setbacks.
She was an avid reader of my weekly column “Boom, Ghosted,” and she had a feeling she knew why a lot of these guys were ghosting these girls.
She felt they suffered from the same personality disorder her own ex (who also ghosted her) has.
Creating a plan on how to deal with the behaviors ensures that you are not feeding the symptoms of the disorder by ensuring you stay calm in the midst of an issue.