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These enduring patterns are life-long, chronic, and highly incurable.

The female personality disordered tends to be histrionic, dependent, or borderline with smaller percentages who are narcissists.

As part of their work for the course, each student had to demonstrate mastery of the skill of “Educating the Public about Mental Health.” To that end, each student has to prepare two 1,000ish word posts on a particular class of mental disorders.

It is not uncommon to come across an individual with a personality disorder in your daily life, as nearly one in 10 individuals in the United States qualify for such a diagnosis.

The world of internet romance is a playground for the personality disordered. The narcissist, antisocial, and/or sociopath (mostly males) are particularly good at pretending to be someone else to have fun.

The personality disordered has never had an easier time preying on gullible or desperate people.

The narcissist is trying to be something-- which already has a model. The borderline has a problem with identity only because other people in the world have stronger identities. Your boyfriend wants a different woman; so you do it. This si done mostly out of fear of abandonment: if you don't "be" the person they want, then they'll leave you, and then what?

Perhaps he thinks himself an artist type, or a tough guy, or the type interested in spiritualism, or like the guy in the Matrix. The borderline is no one: the borderline waits for the script to define her. (Borderlines don't end relationships-- they end relationships another relationship.) The narcissist creates an identity, then tries to force everyone else to buy into it.

If a borderline is dating a guy who loves the Dallas Cowboys, then for sure, she will love the Dallas Cowboys.

The histrionic is overly dramatic (extreme drama queen), lively, seductive, and always calling attention to themselves.

They quickly become bored with normal routines and display irrational outbursts or temper tantrums.

If, however, she breaks up with him, and then dates a guy who loves the Giants, then she'll love the Giants.

But here's what makes her a borderline: she will actually believe the Giants are better.

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