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It is challenging to have a relationship with a person that has borderline personality disorder (BPD), especially since one of the hallmarks of the disorder is unstable relationships.Yet, if your partner or spouse has the disorder, you probably want to do everything you can to maintain the relationship.This might increase if you do not emotionally respond to them; that is, if you do not hop on their emotional rollercoaster and get upset as well.One way to help control their extreme behavior is to learn your own boundaries.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.

I recently received a message from a reader who told me something I think could be of interest to a lot of you.An unstable sense of self is characteristic of the disorder, along with impulsiveness and demanding behavior.Substance abuse and promiscuity are also common, and may be connected.The key to identifying BPD in males is to look at the constellation of symptoms and the intensity of the emotions of the individual.This article will focus on highlighting male BPD symptoms and some of the red flags to look out for.Those suffering with borderline personality disorder (BPD) have a proclivity for unstable interpersonal relationships.These individuals are unable to tolerate being alone due to their abandonment anxiety.BPD tends to be a frequent diagnosis for females, primarily those females who have many of the above symptoms including frequent SIB and suicidal thoughts.Sadly, many males (adolescents and adults) also exhibit symptoms of BPD but are often misdiagnosed as Attention Deficit Disorder or oppositional defiant disorder.It can be very difficult to identify BPD in women much less men.In fact, BPD can become very confused with bipolar disorder I (mania and depression).