Opinion on men dating very young women

Just like there is a profile for the borderline personality type, there is also a profile for the kind of man that they often choose to partner with.

The type of personality that so often gets caught up in a relationship with a woman with traits of BPD is what we might call a “nice guy” type.

Although we usually assume high emotionality would be an asset in a relationship because it motivates loving behavior, too much emotionality actually turns out to be a liability.

In Part 1 we explored the personality type associated with traits of borderline personality disorder, or BPD, and the unusual pattern of Dr. Hyde transformation that so many of these women go through when they enter a romantic relationship.

With this understanding of what makes the woman with traits of BPD engage in these destructive behavior patterns, let’s now turn to the question of why so many men stay even when it’s clear that the woman they are with is not capable of sustaining a healthy relationship.

This personality type truly enjoys giving and often find they need nothing more in return than a feeling of being appreciated.

This fantasy usually comes to a crashing halt very soon.

When we don’t, our relationship partners experience our selfish actions as a mild form of betrayal of our relationship agreement.

These minor betrayals over agreements to make each other feel safe in the relationship and to keep things fair for both people are at the heart of most of our everyday arguments.

The reason we call them nice guys is based on their ability to act nice even when they aren’t feeling at their best.

These men tend to care so deeply about their connections that they do not need to struggle in the way the average person does to keep others’ needs in mind.

Women with traits of BPD may appear to be capable of overriding their natural selfishness when they are in the throws of new love.

However, once this motivation dies down, they lack the skills to sustain their focus on their partner’s needs.

Passion and excitement may attract a future mate initially, but long-term relationships require self-discipline.

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