Is Ariana Grande an example of BPD?

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Seems she love bombs early on getting engaged in 2 weeks to Pete Davidson and then dumps him when it becomes too intense or too much.

And then the process repeats...
 

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Yes and no. Rebound relationships and BPD/NPD relationships look very similar. She was rebounding with Pete, however could also be cluster B.
 
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shes fked in the head and has sold her soul to the devil for fame and money. she even has spoken of having constant demonic nightmares look it up. not only that but shes quite scummy and wish death on her fans and a month later manchester bombs went off at her show. bpd or not shes part of a satanic industry that fks them up in the head
 

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You have to look for other traits to say a woman has BPD, look at her family life, look at her life in general does she have a path of destruction that follows her?
 

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I don't know what she is but she gives me the heeby jeebies. A few of us said the same at work today.
 
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Rumor has it that she broke up with her fiance because her ex was obsessed with her, so he sent her ex a picture of them in bed together to get him to back off and move on and leave her alone.

Then her ex killed himself via drug overdose. (Yes it's that rapper guy)

So when ariana finds out about all this she dumps her fiance.

Tbh I think he dodged a bullet. If your girl is mad at you for making thirsty guys leave her alone, that says a lot of bad things
 

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Marm's making threads about bpd?

It's like invasion of the bloody bodysnatchers or something.

Know how many times i've heard this term in real life? Zero. I kid you not. Which i actually find to be an accurate reflection of it's relevance.

Seems like an online thing.
 
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Marm's making threads about bpd?

It's like invasion of the bloody bodysnatchers or something.

Know how many times i've heard this term in real life? Zero. I kid you not. Which i actually find to be an accurate reflection of it's
relevance.

Seems like an online thing.
1. Because he is actually in the game

2. Appeal to ignorance fallacy

3. So is Game and you know all the lingo, don't you.

Have you ever seriously dated a woman with a traumatic background?
 

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1. Because he is actually in the game

2. Appeal to ignorance fallacy

3. So is Game and you know all the lingo, don't you.

Have you ever seriously dated a woman with a traumatic background?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groupthink

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"Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome".

I do believe that conformity has taken precedance over rationality. But there you are lol
 

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groupthink

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"Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome".

I do believe that conformity has taken precedance over rationality. But there you are lol
Do you often deflect a question to another topic when you can’t make a direct answer?
i.e., “Have you ever seriously dated a woman with a traumatic background?”
 
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Know how many times i've heard this term in real life? Zero. I kid you not. Which i actually find to be an accurate reflection of it's relevance.
I've encountered many women who had actual medical diagnoses of borderline personality disorder, and I am telling you they were some seriously messed up people. That probably sounds like I'm disagreeing with you, but I'm not. I think many guys on forums like this are a little too quick to hand out the BPD label. The ones I have known any normal guy would avoid dating at all costs.
 
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groupthink

Snip:
"Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome".

I do believe that conformity has taken precedance over rationality. But there you are lol
Psych profession is groupthink? Can you answer the questions above?
 
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I've encountered many women who had actual medical diagnoses of borderline personality disorder, and I am telling you they were some seriously messed up people. That probably sounds like I'm disagreeing with you, but I'm not. I think many guys on forums like this are a little too quick to hand out the BPD label. The ones I have known any normal guy would avoid dating at all costs.
Were any of them 9/10s?
 

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Were any of them 9/10s?
No, but to be fair I am very stingy about giving out 9s. And I straight up don't believe in 10s. Even the ranking of 8 I give out very sparingly. I view most of the attractive female population under the umbrella of 6s and 7s. It may not be totally realistic, but probably more healthy this way.

Anyway, my point was that in those women that I knew, it was clearly apparent that there was something wrong with these girls. Maybe there are lighter cases that have escaped diagnosis. There probably are. But when I hear someone say Borderline Personality Disorder, those are the women I associate it with, and they were clearly disabled on some level.
 
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No, but to be fair I am very stingy about giving out 9s. And I straight up don't believe in 10s. Even the ranking of 8 I give out very sparingly. I view most of the attractive female population under the umbrella of 6s and 7s. It may not be totally realistic, but probably more healthy this way.

Anyway, my point was that in those women that I knew, it was clearly apparent that there was something wrong with these girls. Maybe there are lighter cases that have escaped diagnosis. There probably are. But when I hear someone say Borderline Personality Disorder, those are the women I associate it with, and they were clearly disabled on some level.
We date high functioning ones and in my case not even really BPD, closer to NPD/HPD. Not a single tattoo among all of them when I dated them. Everyone who meets them falls in love with them, they're extremely cool people except for how they behave in romantic relationship settings (that is the trigger).
 

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We date high functioning ones and in my case not even really BPD, closer to NPD/HPD. Not a single tattoo among all of them when I dated them. Everyone who meets them falls in love with them, they're extremely cool people except for how they behave in romantic relationship settings (that is the trigger).
Diagnoses aside, this is an interesting phenomenon, and I've met women like this. The "Everyone who meets them falls in love with them" type. To my eyes, they usually end up being AWs. It would be hard to have meaningful relationships though, if every person from the opposite sex fell in love you. This would almost certainly end up with you devaluing their feelings as being meaningless, since they come so cheaply for you.
 
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