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2015: I AM MARRIED TO A borderline… SURVIVAL KIT for borderline Personality Disorder spouses.

Have you ever ask yourself…this question.

“Why did I attract this person into my life?”

I know your time is valuable, so I’ll get straight to the point:

The answer is surprisingly simple…and has everything to do with YOU and your SUBCONSCIOUS MIND.

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Your subconscious mind has what are called “unconscious polarized issues” that are “Anchor beliefs” coming from your childhood.

These subconscious ‘programs’ and your husband/partner’s borderline are like magnets attracting each other...

...And strangely enough...BY resolving these SUBCONSCIOUS programs…it is exactly what is needed to ‘heal’ your self, possibly your partner and overcome your current relationship issues…

Understand this and you are on the road to Personal Freedom.


• My worthiness feelings about myself stem from receiving approval from someone else
• Other people’s struggles affect my tranquility
• My mental attention focuses on solving others problems/relieving others pain
• My good feelings (about myself) developed from being liked by someone else
• My mental attention is focused on others
• My fear of others anger controls what I say or do
• My psychological attention is focused on manipulating others to do it my way
• Relieving others pain reinforces my self-esteem
• My own hobbies/interests are put to one side for other people
• My timetable is spent sharing others hobbies/interests
• Others clothing and personal appearance are dictated by my desires and I feel others are a reflection of myself
• Others behavior is dictated by my wishes and I feel others are a image of me
• My emotional attention is focused on protecting others
• I am not aware of my feeling deep inside
• Solving others problems bolsters my self-esteem
• I am aware of how others feel.
• I am not conscious of what I want
• I ask what others want.
• I assume the aspirations I have for my future are linked to others
• My fears of rejection governs what I say or do
• I use charitable acts as a way of feeling safe in my relationships
• I put my personal values aside in order to connect with others
• I value others opinion and others ways of doing things more than my own
• The worth of my life is in relation to the quality of others

If these sounds anything like you…then you’re likely codependent.

Codependency is not a disease, it is an emotional and behavioral condition that is learned and then stored in the subconscious…it affects your ability to have a healthy relationship with others.

Codependents generally are in (or develop) emotionally destructive relationships that are one-sided; pleasing oriented and therefore become abusive.

Many Psychotherapists now call codependency: “A Relationship Addiction”.

Codependency can also manifest as Love Addiction, Avoidant or Dependent Personality Disorder or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

There is a CURE.

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Borderline Book notes:

Chapter 1 Married to a borderline personality
Chapter 2 Borderline personality
Chapter 3 Borderline personality test
Chapter 4 Borderline personality disorder
Chapter 5 Borderline personality disorder symptoms
Chapter 6 Personality disorders
Chapter 7 Married to a borderline
Chapter 8 Borderline
Chapter 9 Borderline personality forum
Chapter 10 Borderline personality help
Chapter 11 Borderline personality symptoms
Chapter 12 Borderline personality disorder test
Chapter 13 Borderline personality support group
Chapter 14 Borderline personality women
Chapter 15 Married to a borderline personality disorder
Chapter 16 Borderline personality disorder forum
Chapter 17 Borderline symptoms
Chapter 18 Am I borderline personality?
Chapter 19 Married to borderline personality disorder
Chapter 20 What is borderline personality?
Chapter 21 Borderline personality traits
Chapter 22 Borderline personality men
Chapter 23 Borderline behavior
Chapter 24 Bpd
Chapter 25 Personality disorder
Chapter 26 Signs of borderline personality disorder
Chapter 27 Borderline personality support
Chapter 28 Do I have borderline personality disorder?
Chapter 29 Borderline personality father
Chapter 30 Personality disorder symptoms
Chapter 31 Symptoms borderline personality
Chapter 32 Borderline personality syndrome
Chapter 33 Male borderline personality
Chapter 34 Borderline personality disorder symptoms test
Chapter 35 Borderline personality does
Chapter 36 Help for borderline personality
Chapter 37 Borderline disorder
Chapter 38 What is a personality disorder?
Chapter 39 Symptoms of borderline personality
Chapter 40 Borderline personality support groups
Chapter 41 Bpd central
Chapter 42 Borderline personality disorder women
Chapter 43 Leaving a borderline relationship
Chapter 44 I have borderline personality disorder
Chapter 45 What is personality disorder?
Chapter 46 Borderline personality male
Chapter 47 How to deal with someone with borderline personality disorder
Chapter 48 Men with borderline personality disorder
Chapter 49 Living with a borderline personality
Chapter 50 Male borderline personality disorder
Chapter 51 Married to a narcissist
Chapter 52 The borderline personality
Chapter 53 Borderline personality disorders symptoms
Chapter 54 Borderline personality girlfriend
Chapter 55 Leaving a borderline
Chapter 56 Borderline personality stories
Chapter 57 Dealing with someone with borderline personality disorder
Chapter 58 Emotional instability
Chapter 59 Borderline person
Chapter 60 Do I have a personality disorder?
Chapter 61 Test for borderline personality disorder
Chapter 62 Symptoms of personality disorder
Chapter 63 Borderline personality disorder divorce
Chapter 64 Borderline personality disorder chat rooms
Chapter 65 Personality disorder types
Chapter 66 Borderline husband
Chapter 67 Borderline personality disorder symptoms treatment
Chapter 68 Borderline personality parent
Chapter 69 Borderline personality disorder tests
Chapter 70 Traits of borderline personality disorder
Chapter 71 Borderline personality divorce
Chapter 72 Wife is a narcissist
Chapter 73 Support groups for borderline personality disorder
Chapter 74 Borderline personality disorder psychology
Chapter 75 Test borderline personality disorder
Chapter 76 Personality disorder personality disorder
Chapter 77 Signs of borderline personality
Chapter 78 Abusive personality disorder
Chapter 79 Borderline personality disorder girlfriend
Chapter 80 How to cope with borderline personality disorder
Chapter 81 Borderline personality disorder doctors
Chapter 82 Living with borderline personality
Chapter 83 Borderline personality disorder spouse
Chapter 84 Signs of personality disorder
Chapter 85 Borderline personality disorder forums
Chapter 86 Borderline personality disorder checklist
Chapter 87 Borderline personality forums
Chapter 88 Wife borderline personality disorder
Chapter 89 Borderline personality disorder and divorce
Chapter 90 Living with someone with a personality disorder
Chapter 91 Borderline personality disorder article
Chapter 92 Borderline personality disorder online test
Chapter 93 Borderline personality disorder description
Chapter 94 Borderline personality disorder types
Chapter 95 Borderline disorder symptoms
Chapter 96 Living with someone with personality disorder
Chapter 97 Borderline disorders
Chapter 98 Borderline personality disorder living with someone
Chapter 99 Borderline wife
Chapter 100 Borderline personality tests
Chapter 101 Divorce borderline personality disorder

A individual with a borderline individuality problem often goes through a saying design of poor organization and concern in self-image, feelings, conduct and shut personal interactions. This can cause considerable stress or incapacity in will be and function. A individual with this problem can often be bright and wise, and appear warm, friendly and qualified. They sometimes can maintain this appearance for a decades until their defense structure crumbles, usually around a traumatic situation like the split of a connection or the loss of life of a parent or gaurdian or guardian.


Relationships with others are extreme but raining and risky with noted changes of thoughts and issues in maintaining personal, shut relationships. The individual may change others and often has difficulty with trustworthy others. There is also emotional concern with noted and frequent changes to an clear single depressive disorder or to becoming easily irritated and pressure. There may be unforeseen and energetic conduct which might involve increased spending, promiscuity, gaming, pharmaceutical or increased drinking, shoplifting, unnecessary eating or physically self-damaging actions such as destruction actions. The individual may show incorrect and extreme frustration or frustration with outbursts, continuous brooding and frustration, thoughts of starvation, and a losing management or fear of losing management over furious thoughts. There are also individuality disruptions with frustration and concern about self-identity, libido, lifestyle objectives and prices, opportunities, will be. There is a deep-seated sensation that one is problem, faulty, broken or bad in some way, with a propensity to go to dimensions in thinking, sensation or conduct. Under extreme pressure or in serious situations there can be brief psychotic periods with lack of contact with reality or unusual conduct or indicators. Even in less serious instances, there is often considerable disturbance of interactions and function performance. The depressive disorder which comes with this problem can cause much suffering and can lead to serious destruction efforts.


It is a common problem with reports managing as high as 10-14% of the general population. The consistency in females is two to three periods increased than men. This may be related to inherited or hormone affects. An connections between this problem and serious situations of premenstrual stress has been postulated. Women commonly suffer from depressive disorder more often than men. The improved consistency of borderline conditions among females may also be a consequence of the increased occurrence of incestuous goes through during their youth. This is believed to occur ten periods more often in females than in men, with reports managing to up to one-fourth of all females. This serious or regular victimization and sometimes brutalization can later outcome in reduced interactions and doubt of men and increased preoccupation with libido, sexual promiscuity, hang-ups, deep-seated depressive disorder and a seriously broken self-image. There may be an natural temperament to this problem in some people. Because of this there may happen pursuing problems in development in the connection between mother and baby particularly during the break up and identity-forming stages of youth.


Treatment includes psychiatric therapy which allows the individual to discuss both present issues and past goes through in the presence of an understanding, recognizing and non-judgemental specialist. The treatments needs to be arranged, regular and regular, with the individual motivated to discuss his or her thoughts rather than to eliminate them in his or her usual self-defeating ways. Sometimes drugs such as mao inhibitors, lithium carbonate, or antipsychotic drugs are useful for certain people or during certain periods in the procedure of individual people. Treating any alcoholic beverages or pharmaceutical addiction problems is often essential if the treatments is to be able to continue. Brief hospital stay may sometimes be necessary during intensely traumatic periods or if destruction or other self-destructive conduct intends to become. Hospitalization may provide a a non permanent removal from exterior pressure. Hospital procedure is usually difficult and long-term - sometimes over a decades. The objectives of procedure could involve improved self-awareness with increased wish management and improved steadiness of interactions. A positive outcome would be in one's improved building up a tolerance of pressure. Remedy should help to relieve psychotic or mood-disturbance indicators and generally include the whole individuality. With this improved knowledge and capacity for self-observation and more self examination, it is expected the individual will be able to change the inflexible styles disastrously set earlier in lifestyle and prevent the design from saying itself in the next generational routine.

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