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i think my wife have a boarderline disorder, and my mother in law too, hahahahaha!!!

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Yeah, for similar reasons, the Queen will be right about everything and never take responsibility for her own mistakes or problems.

Kevin

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I sometimes wonder how common this disorder is. I beleive my wife is a queen. The biggest step is not blaming yourself for your issues. Understanding what you are responsible for. I am so thankful for doctors who have taken the time to understand and write about this disorder. I just wish it would get more exposure because I think it affects more people than we could ever imagine.

Kirby B.

Athough it hasn't been formally addressed, I am pretty sure my mom has this disorder. I thought she was completely crazy so I never mentioned it to anyone. I am so relieved I am not alone. The constant ups and downs of this disorder are so emotionally draining. I'm 14 and I'm constantly upset and confused. I can't imagine how my 8-year-old brother feels. At least now I have someplace to talk about it.

tracy

Hmm, sounds an awful lot like Sarah Palin.

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Itz shocking to know the pros and cons of this disorder...people must become aware about it otherwise majority of them can get affected.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ds8xyK-r65M
Thanks for sharing these with the world. This is a must see and must watch piece of work

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think one of the greatest hurdles is overcoming misconceptions in the minds of regulators, doctors and patients alike. I just returned from a trip to Germany and colleagues there are amused about America's 3rd World-like medical records situation.

anonymous

Thank you for shining the light on this issue - my wife is definitely a Queen and her mother has been diagnosed as such also. I wish it wasn't called borderline, because the verbal attacks are anything but borderline - they are full fledged emotional abuse cases. My choices are to either follow the Queen's dictatorial orders and keep my mouth shut, or attempt to engage in rational dialog and then suffer the wrath of the Queen. Both produce crappy results, chipping away at my self esteem every day. The worst part is that I actually wish we could fix it and achieve some level of normal emotional intimacy, but I've come to the point that I don't believe that is a possibility with this person.

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