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Can a narcissist and a borderline stay together?

Can a narcissist and a borderline stay together?

This bond between the abuser and the abused is the glue that holds the relationship together, and the bond is strong, dynamic and co-dependent. According to Lachkar, two narcissists or two borderlines would not be able to maintain intimacy over time.

Is BPD vulnerable narcissism?

Conclusion: Vulnerable narcissism is closely associated with BPD and appears to be more dysfunctional than grandiose narcissism. A comprehensive consideration of both traits is recommended.

Can You co-parent with someone with borderline personality disorder?

Co-parenting with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is not easy. The condition is associated with difficult relationships. BPD impacts on both the co-parenting arrangement and the parent’s connection to their child or children.

Can you break up with someone with borderline personality disorder?

So you just broke up with your borderline ex-partner (who suffers from borderline personality disorder, that is). Like a regular breakup, you’re probably feeling all types of emotions and have questions running through your mind. Should you stay in touch with your ex?

When to use no contact with someone with BPD?

There’s never a black and white answer, but it might help to know when no contact is used with a person with BPD. No contact is when the non-borderline partner ceases all forms of communication with the borderline partner. (I now will just use NB and BP, respectively).

Can a person with borderline personality disorder be a liar?

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) can be a liar. Sometimes it says no one will ever love you. Sometimes it says you’re not good enough. Sometimes it says people will leave you no matter what. Even if rationally you know these things aren’t true, they often feel so true you can’t get them out of your head. Sometimes,…

How to co-parent with someone with BPD ex?

One of the most challenging aspects of co-parenting with someone with BDP is that people living with this personality disorder often appear very capable and regulated at first glance. In some cases, they may become focused on making the other parent look like a “bad parent” as retaliation for a separation.

Can a non borderline suffer from borderline personality disorder?

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is highly associated with verbal abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, physical abuse, and/or domestic violence often suffered by those who are non-borderline. The propensity for abusiveness in those with BPD is instigated by the narcissistic injury…

Is there a relationship between BPD and NPD?

The relationships of individuals with BPD are often quite dysfunctional. However, adding NPD into the mix can create even more disordered conditions.

Are there any studies on co-occurring BPD?

One study that followed BPD patients over six years found that rates of co-occurring NPD were fairly low (about 6%) in patients whose BPD eventually went away (remitted).