What should I do in a relationship with a Borderline personality disorder where there is constant jealousy and constant accusations of cheating?

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I think the best way to deal with this is, to be honest with yourself and your partner about what is going on.

I think the best way to deal with this is, to be honest with yourself and your partner about what is going on. You need to know that you are not the only one who feels this way and that other people in your life feel the same way as you do. You need to talk to them about your feelings and ask them what they think about them. If they don’t know what to say, you can always tell them that it is not their place to judge you or tell you what you should or shouldn’t do, but they should at least listen to you and try to understand why you feel that way. They may be able to help you figure out what might be causing the jealousy or the accusations, or they may just be trying to get to the bottom of the situation. In either case, it’s important to have a frank and open conversation with them, so that they can get a better understanding of what’s happening to you. This is especially important if you have been in an abusive relationship because it can be very difficult for someone who has been abused to come to terms with the fact that their abuser is no longer in their life. The best thing for them to do would be to find a new partner who is willing to accept them for who they are and who will love them unconditionally, without judging them or making them feel guilty about their feelings. I would also suggest that if they do decide to move on with their own lives, they take a step back and take some time to reflect on what has happened in the past and how it has affected them and their relationships with others. There are a lot of things that can go wrong in relationships that are caused by jealousy, especially if the person in question has a history of being jealous. For example, if a person is jealous of another person’s success, this can lead to a situation where the other person feels like they have no one to turn to for support, which can make it even more difficult to maintain a healthy relationship. Another thing to keep in mind is that people with BPD are very sensitive to criticism or criticism of their behavior, even if it comes from a trusted friend or family member. So if someone is telling you that your behavior is wrong or is making you unhappy, try not to take it personally. Instead, think of it as an opportunity to learn something new about yourself or about the way you think and feel about things. Try to see things from their point of view, rather than your own. Also, be aware of how they might react to any criticism you might give them. Some people may react with anger, while others may become defensive and defensive. Don’t be afraid to challenge them on any of these points, as long as it doesn’t turn into a full-blown argument or a fight. Remember, the goal is for the relationship to continue, not for one person to lose their temper or become angry at another. Sometimes people who are in abusive relationships may not realize how much their partner is hurting them until they start to feel like their lives are falling apart. When this happens, people can become very angry and hurtful toward their partners, who may feel as though they’re being blamed for everything that’s going wrong. As a result, these relationships can end very quickly and are very hurtful for both people involved. However, for this to happen, there must be some kind of communication between the two of you about how things are going and what needs to change. Once you’ve had a chance to sit down and talk with each other about these issues, then you will be better equipped to work together to make things work out.

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