A few common reactions to being with a depressive person is to flight, fight, or freeze.
It’s the natural reaction to stave off becoming depressed yourself.
This type of crazy comes with a diagnosis that often goes unnoticed until your heart is going for broke.
Terms like psycho, narcissist, and OCD get thrown around.
The second are personality disorders such as borderline, narcissistic, sociopathic, and obsessive-compulsive.
They are both a type of mental and emotional prison; and when dating someone who has either (or both) type of disorder, it can feel like being caged.
In fact, it can be exhausting to be with someone with PTSD because they keep odd and sporadic sleep schedules.
Further they can have a hair-trigger temper or act impulsively when making decisions.
There are many reasons that inspire falling in love with someone with this disorder.In fact, there’s a little crazy inside of all of us.When going to school to get my Masters in counseling I was warned by my teachers that when reading the DSM—the bible of mental health disorders—I would crazy because it talks about behaviors we all display at one point or another.The dominant feeling when dating a BPD (borderline personality disorder) is a sense of never being able to win.No matter what you do to please them or scold them, your efforts are either never enough or entirely too much.Again, there is a spectrum of functional on one side and dysfunctional on the other.