This podcast is based on my perspectives and experience of my 33 year marriage to my wife who is diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. My stories are all based on the 33 years of challenges of the relationship and raising a family. I do not have any professional experience with BPD. all my experience was gained through the challenges, turmoil and chaos. What has kept me in the relationship for so long is I’ve learned: “To love them is to understand them.” If you have comments or would like a question read on the show or want to be a guest, please Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
I applied the 17 second rule to my wife with borderline personality disorder to get her to realize that I do love her and to get her thoughts away from a relationship she had when we were apart hopefully you can apply this to a situation in your own life.
This episode explains that this could be the end of my marriage for the last time after being with my wife for 33 years after I found out some information and realizing my life is Merry-Go-Round and will never change being in the situation with her not wanting to change herself.
Do as I say not as I do deals with exactly what the title is it is okay for my wife to do things but if I do just repercussions for it so since she makes the rules that's exactly how it is do as I say not as I doI have told her before you make the rules so you can bend the rules you can change the rules because you make the rules
When it comes to someone with borderline personality disorder it's hard for them to apologize because they feel shame and guilt this episode covers why it's so hard for a person with BPD to apologize about the ax they commit when they have an episode.
And this episode I'll be discussing how bad people with BPD can rip words out of their mouth before they think that are unnecessary and completely unforgivable can cause so much havoc that it can ruin a completely broken relationship and possibly take somebody's life.
This episode deals with people with BPD that have paranoia and detailed delusions and the confusion between slight delusions that include jealousy and stories opposed to deep full-blown detailed delusions.
This isn't really an episode as it is a sneak peek into what I plan on putting in for content and structure for episodes going into season 2. I encourage you to listen and then send me your comments or emails into suggestions on how I can structure my episodes and content better to help you if you have BPD or if you are someone who has a loved one with BPD.
This episode focuses on the question that we always get from other people asking us why we keep going back to the person and situation! and at the same time people with BPD may ask their rather have why they keep coming back to them and the same situation.
This episode deals with my experience and I fight with my wife during a BPD episode she literally acts like a broken record and brings up the same stuff during every single argument which is completely irrelevant to the initial argument.
This episode is my experience with dealing with someone with borderline personality disorder applying skills tips and tricks on dealing with somebody with borderline personality disorder and sometimes it put you ahead one 1 step and then a day later you can have been put two steps back.
This episode has to do with a person who has borderline personality disorder that has a best person in their life which can be a boyfriend or girlfriend a husband or wife and the problems and stresses by being that this person.
This is a very special episode that I hope people with BPD and those who don't have it but live with somebody who'd BPDcan listen to this and understand a lot more that not only do we fight with the evil side and the good side but how I think they're splitting size fight against each other and actually have jealousy I can see each other considering they have two separate personalities.
This episode cover the subject of how the person who is with someone who has BPD finds themselves always being the one having to apologize for getting the person with BPD upset or they are told to apologize for getting the person with BPD upset, which puts a burden on the non-BPD thing they always at faut for triggering their episodes.
There are a variety of triggers that can set up somebody with borderline personality disorder and sometimes those same triggers do not set them off into an episode and other times they will hence walking on eggshells around someone with somebody with borderline personality disorder.
this podcast is the first episode to introduce myself and what my purpose is behind this podcast as well as my background, how I optain my information all to be as helpful and supportive to others like myself who has a lived one who suffers from borderline personality disorder otherwise known as BPD.
This episode will discuss triggers associated with borderline personality disorder sometimes they get new triggers which sometimes replace old ones and other times they just add to the old ones making the disorder that much harder to handle for those who are associated with the person that has borderline personality disorder.