If have been introduced to my Change Her Mood, NOT Her Mind content you are already ahead of the game.
You may now be beginning to realize that the woman you are involved with or the women you tend to attract, are suffering with a clinical level of Borderline Personality Disorder.
The best way to reduce the presence of such materials is to avoid clicking through.
It is also probably a landmine of emotional triggers, and ain't nobody got time for that.
That's why you can imagine how saddened and emotionally triggered I was last night when, during my daily perusing of the net for articles on BPD and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) I came across a blog post with the title, "Never Date a Girl with Borderline Personality Disorder." (First off - don't Google it to click on it -- you'll only make the search engines think it's a topic we are looking for and possibly give the article a higher ranking -- the opposite of what we want to do with materials like this.
Caring about someone with borderline personality disorder (BPD) tosses you on a roller coaster ride from being loved and lauded to abandoned and bashed. You live in unbearable psychic pain most of the time, and in severe cases, on the border between reality and psychosis.
Your illness distorts your perceptions, causing antagonistic behavior and making the world a perilous place.
At best these behaviours (eg threatening suicide is case of abandonment by a loved one) are somewhat pathetic efforts, when a borderline personality disorder patient actually begs and humiliates herself in inevitably unsuccessful attempt to avoid abandonment.
The use of the term “sadistic” in my humble opinion is a misinterpretation of motives behind borderline personality disorder’s “bad” behaviours, achieving nothing but greater stigmatization.
Unlike bipolar disorder, their moods shift quickly and aren’t a departure from their normal self. Their emotions, behavior, and unstable relationships, including work history, reflect a fragile, shame-based self-image.