The 10 Essential Limits for Those Having Partners with Borderline Personality Disorder
Does your partner have Borderline Personality Disorder? Remember, you can't control his or her behavior; you can only control your own. The following list of limits is based on your personal values and about what you will do to take care of yourself.
3. Regularly do things you both enjoy and share positive reactions to your partner
The two of you need positive shared time and interactions to keep the relationship connection solid. undoubtedly, positivity makes relationships worth having. The more appreciation, agreement, affection, playfulness, attention, etc you offer each other, the sunnier your relationship will be. And the more you give, the more you'll get.
4. Focus on what you can do to improve situations rather than criticizing each other
People with personality disorders take criticism very badly, so it doesn't work to change their behavior. Instead, learn ways to bring up your concerns without being critical and triggering the other person's defenses.