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Default Re: Does anyone only feel REALLY BPD in a relationship?

I agree with that. My ex and I (of a year) broke up back in September and I was lucky enough that although I shared some heavy stuff rather quickly, he was so compassionate and very unique. Sadly, I managed to find a way to self-sabotage the relationship instead of ending it myself due to the fact that I avoid conflict like the plague. I've definitely had a hard time meeting guys (I work at a daycare where all of the staff is female and I go to school part-time for a field that has mostly females in my classes) so my options are online. It's harder that way for me because I prefer looking at someone or talking to them on the phone because it helps me to better understand their reactions because when I text/chat online, it makes it harder for me to understand. I usually wind up getting ghosted without any particular reason behind it. I understand not wanting to talk anymore, but tell me why! I want to know so if it's something I need to work on, or it's just the other person.

Please tell me I'm not alone in this??
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