Dating someone with an addictive personality
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.
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.
When we enter a relationship, we are expected to be able to give up our self-centered ways and treat our partner’s interests as equally important as our own.
This is often not the end of the story for the nice guy.
Her fear of betrayal may be overwhelming, but it is no match for her obsessive desire for romantic love.
Most people assume that there must be something wrong with men who stay in relationships with women who have traits of borderline personality disorder, men who know the right move is to leave but who find themselves unable to let go.
In Part 2 of this blog series you are going to learn that there are very specific reasons why women with traits of borderline personality disorder seem to attract a certain type of man and why these men so often can’t let go of these troubled relationships.
This personality type truly enjoys giving and often find they need nothing more in return than a feeling of being appreciated.