posted on Sep, 12 2018 @ 08:42 AM
a reply to: halfoldman
My wife's mom has BPD, and it's actually quite sad. Just an example of the insanity, my in-law is a dog lady, she loves dogs more than people. She
had two dogs of her own, and my wife had one, making a total of three dogs. Well, every morning, she would wake my wife up and make her walk the dogs
together. If my wife wasn't getting up, she'd just walk all the dogs on her own. Well, after awhile she kept telling my wife that she had to start
walking her dog on her own, or else it will be too late, her dog will be bonded with her pack and she'll pretty much lose her. Makes sense,
especially since she was going to move in with me not that far down the road.
Well, one morning she woke my wife up to walk the dogs, and my wife told her she wasn't going to walk the dogs with her. She had a good point about
walking them separately, so she was going to walk her dog alone in an hour. Even though she kept telling my wife she had to do that, she then flipped
out, started punching the refrigerator, called my wife a bunch of inappropriate names, then fell to her knees crying in the kitchen. My wife knows
her mom is whack, so she just left for the rest of the day until I was off work.
That's just one of many examples of this woman's insanity. She never even admits to any wrong-doing on her part. After researching the condition,
it's quite sad when you have an understanding of the events in a persons life that give them BPD, but at the same time, I don't want to be around
anyone with it. They're insane.