Bpd dating aspergers

bpd dating aspergers

Is it possible to have BPD and Aspergers at the same time?

, BS Chemistry (2005) Yes, it is possible. I was diagnosed with BPD at 24 and Aspergers (well, by then it was no longer Aspergers, but I digress), at 31.

Is it possible for an autistic person to have BPD?

So yes, it is possible for a traumatized autistic person or aspie to develop and have a personality disorder, like BPD. I think especially since the way autism is with meltdowns and struggles with emotions and understanding and even have hyperempathy sometimes that it can especially play into BPD personally.

Do all people with borderline personality disorder abandon their partners?

Likely some do, and people with certain conditions tend to have some symptoms in common, but no two people are the exactly the same. Please remember that. Just because your ex with BPD abandoned you does not mean that all people with BPD abandon their partners. A large number of us would never do that.

What is it like to be in a relationship with Aspergers?

What is it like for someone with borderline PD to be in a relationship with someone with Aspergers? At first it seems like a match made in heaven : the autist finally found somebody as bizarre as ze is, the borderline has finally found someone faithful, genuine and nonjudgmental.

Is it possible to have both Asperger’s and borderline personality disorder?

I personally have been diagnosed with both mild female Asperger’s syndrome and borderline personality disorder (aka emotionally unstable personality disorder) so it is perfectly possible to experience both.

Can you be diagnosed with both BPD and ASD?

Many are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or borderline personality disorder (BPD) and are later told they have been “misdiagnosed” and are diagnosed with the other. Yet some are diagnosed with both.

Is there an overlap between borderline personality disorder and autism spectrum disorder?

Similar to ASC, BPD patients have elevated autistic traits and a strong drive to systemize, suggesting an overlap between BPD and ASC. Introduction

What is the prognosis for people with Aspergers and BPD?

People with Aspergers will often also have clumsy movements and odd patterns of speech. People can be treated for BPD with a fairly good prognosis if they follow treatment correctly; people with Asperger’s will tend to the have the symptoms for life, although they will learn to cope with their challenges over time.

Can a person with Aspergers have a good relationship with you?

Like most people with Aspergers, he had hobbies that he devoted himself to, to the detriment of our relationship. People with Aspergers tend to develop a few narrow interests and their fascination becomes intense. Think hobby on steroids! The hobby consumes their time and thoughts and efforts, so a relationship with you could become a sideline.

What is it like to have an Aspergers disorder?

Like most people with Aspergers, he had hobbies that he devoted himself to, to the detriment of our relationship. People with Aspergers tend to develop a few narrow interests and their fascination becomes intense.

How do people with Asperger’s syndrome deal with emotions?

People with Asperger’s syndrome need routine and structure as it helps them remain organized, avoid confusion and chaos. People with Asperger’s can find emotions confusing and overwhelming. Talking about emotions and describing them doesn’t come as easy.

Why do Asperger’s cause relationships to fall apart?

Marshack says sex is one of the first things to fall apart in these relationships. Half of the problem arises from sensory issues, but the other half is the lack of empathy. People with Asperger’s can’t gauge what their partner enjoys (or does not enjoy) by reading their body language.

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