DSM-VI wrote:During the week she made many attempts texting me saying "Me and my sister are together right now, can we stop by?" I made excuses about having to go to the gym, run important errands, dance lessons, etc. just to avoid her stopping by. This HPD mentioned twice that "my sister has a huge crush on you" as if that was to flatter me and invite them both over. And of course I tested her, sending a text saying: "Perhaps I could take your sister (without you) out to movies?" No response.
DSM-VI wrote:Hi Captain,
I'm new to the board and alot of it's lingo. Revaluation? Devaluation?
To be honest I'm so glad she's out of my life. It's so much more peaceful without her. I thank all of you on this board for vehemently putting forth the "No contact" option, which I think is truly the best way to deal.
As for the sex (there was none) she was too creepy and unpredictable with her mood swings. Jumping totally naked into my bed, but saying beforehand that she didn't want sex. Telling me to rub my di*k between her butt cheeks, but if I slid it in her hole she would "slap me so hard". She was into BDSM, where she ordered me to spank the hell out of her a*s. She wanted it violent and I hated that, making her cheeks red. Thats not me. Plus she had a boyfriend an hour away who she has been dating for 5 years! "I don't like him, but I love him" is what she would say. He was OCD and domineering lways ordering her what to do, or at least according to her. Hence "the victim".
Surprised that your final devaluation happened like that, very odd. Sounds like a mysterious ending that would lead someone to come here to get closure.
TadLock wrote:It was a mysterious ending. Seems like a bpd relationship ending is triggered, but an hpd ending doesn't even need a trigger. It just comes to an end.
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