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7 Ways To Create And Maintain Stability With BPD Partners

7 Ways To Create And Maintain Stability With BPD Partners

In today’s date, maintaining a healthy and stable relationship with any person is a challenging task. Complications in life has led to surfacing of countless relationship issues, which is why we see a lot of conflicts and divorce in the society. If there are so many relationship problems among normal people, then imagine how hard it would be to maintain a stable relationship with BPD partners?

The Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a very serious mental disorder, which leads to frequent mood swings, unstable behavior, self-image, and functioning issues. Being in a relationship with these people is a really difficult. Having said that, it’s not impossible to be in a stable relationship with them, so do not lose your heart.

How can you maintain a stable relationship with BPD Partners?

  • Learn about BPD: To understand what your partner is going through, you must know something about their condition. There are many reliable sources online from where you can gain some knowledge about BDP. It will help you to provide the best support to your loved ones.
  • Set a specific time to spend together: When you do not allocate time to your partner because of their condition, they feel unloved and unwanted. Instead of leaving them all alone, you should set a short specific time to spend together with your partner. Listen to them, and share your feelings. This will make them feel good and special.
  • Plan to do something special together: After allocating some time for each other, you should also think of making that moment special. Make your loved ones feel special by planning something special for him/her.
  • Regular check-ins: Develop a habit of consistently telling each other how you are feeling right now. Also, give feedback to each other, as this will help you to better understand your partner. Your partner with BPD will also understand how you are exactly feeling right now, making him/her realize the real issue.
  • Respond positively: You must understand that the people suffering from BPD are more likely to talk in an unusual way. They may even yell at you without any reason. However, you should not yell back at them. Instead of replying negatively, you should understand their problem, and respond positively. It will help them to feel better.
  • Create a network of friends: Create a network of friends, instead of a network of family members. That’s because there are things which you can easily share with your close friends, but they are often a bit difficult to share with your family members. The circle of close friends and colleagues can better understand both of you and can help in solving most of the issues in your relationship.
  • Ask your partner to write how they feel when both of you are not together: It’s quite obvious that you two won’t be together all the time. There will be a lot of time when you need to do some work staying away from your partner. At times when you are alone, you can write your feelings down on a piece of paper. It will help you to discuss them with your partner later when you spend time together later. By doing this, you will find a suitable solution on how to deal with a specific situation.

Conclusion

You are not the only person who is facing the challenge of maintaining a stable relationship with BPD partners. The statistic shows that there are over 4 million people in the United States who are diagnosed with BPD. And, the good news is that many people have found the ways to overcome their challenges. By following the tips mentioned in this article, and by learning more about this disorder, you can too overcome your challenges, and maintain a stable relationship with BPD partners.

Margaux Diaz
Margaux Diaz is a health, beauty & fitness adviser Consumer Health Digest. Her inspiring content helps people to know more about her niche.  Apart from all these qualities, she loves to face changes in life; belief in the power of self-motivation and social development. You can connect with Margaux through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.


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