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Histrionic Personality Disorder and Relationships

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Discussions related to HPD behavior are permitted here, within the context of deeper understanding of the commonalties shared by members. Indulging or encouraging these urges is not what this forum is intended for. Conversations here can be triggering for those who have suffered abuse from HPDs. Here is a link to that forum: Discrimination of Personality Disorders is not tolerated on this site.

Moderators are present here to ensure that members treat each other with dignity and respect. If topics become overly graphic or drift from having a healthy perspective, moderators will intervene. Please feel free to contact a moderator if you have any questions or concerns. Best Regards, The Team. Very worried that I'm dating a girl with HPD First date..

Definite connection. Drinking, dancing, making out, sexual touching, ect.. Acts like she wants to have sex but "won't let herself" do it on a first date. Second date.. Again, awesome, until it got to the point where we were about to have sex but the alcohol got to me and it just wasn't happening. Extremely confusing! I acted like a d! Just wasn't feeling the same connection with her that I did on the first two dates, like something was off.

Maybe I was pissed at her for what I thought was her playing games.. At one of the bars we went to, we seriously must have looked like a couple having emotional problems. Yeah, it was BAD.. I almost felt like I despised her and it got to the point where she was asking me if I wanted to go back to my car and go home. And for some reason she kept emphasizing how we're "friends" during the first part of the date, which she hadn't done before.

Buuut when I think of "friends" I don't usually think of passionate make-out sessions, sexual touching and having almost had sex the previous hangout. I told myself I wanted it to be a good night, so I chugged my drink, we kissed, and I started to feel that spark come back. We danced at another place for a while, then went to a 24 hour diner. Everything was fun, light-hearted and sexual, until the night was over and she was driving me back to my car..

Don't even know what happened exactly, but she started saying all this sh! Shortly after that almost hostile little conversation, everything was cool again. We got back to my car, she parked, and we sat there, talked, listened to some music and some hot and heavy making out ensued. Then I left. Fourth date.. She contacted me less than 24 hours later, late Thursday night and invited me to hang out with her and one of her girlfriends Friday night we were hardly even with the other girl, though.

It went from having a fun time dancing, to going to her car and having a pretty heated conversation, which changed to a very emotional conversation, then to extremely sexual. Alcohol and sleep deprivation being involved, the heated conversation started when I got upset at her because she said multiple times, even in the middle of kissing "you're lazy.

Get off you're ass and do something," and telling me that I'm miserable. I responded by backing off and first asking her what she wants from me, then telling her she's not my mother. She responded with "nothing.. I don't want anything from you I also couldn't get a straight answer on why she thought or felt that I'm miserable. I told her that if I'm miserable and she can see it in me, then she must be miserable too.

She told me that she has been married, and watched him, her first "true love," for a year and a half as he died of cancer, and she broke it off with her second "true love" for his and her own good. Pretty sure she was shedding a few tears at this point, and I was damn near myself. The other reason being that she doesn't want to have sex with me when she's been drinking. You can't hurt me.

No-one I've ever wanted to be with has ever not wanted to be with me. Then it got sexual. Heavy making out, her using my hand to rub herself, her continuously touching me, straddling me in the passenger seat, us talking about what we want to do to each other, ect.. She ended up going down on me. Yeah, of course it felt good and I liked it, but it was mainly for her at that point.

It seemed like that was what SHE wanted since I had moved her hand off my crotch times before it happened while saying "not here. Then I texted her yesterday.. So how about you get down here tomorrow night and I'll take YOU out? I'm sitting outside, listening to the rain, thinking about you.. She was a cool girl.. But tomorrow night is an exclusive offer, just for you.. Unless you're afraid of how hard it is out here in the streets lol. I'll make sure I'm packin' some heat.

I may be getting together with a friend tomorrow so it may be wed, that possible for you? Gotta be packin' in these streets! And yeah, wed works for me. I'll know by tonight if I can do tomorrow though, ok? That's cool. Just shoot me a text and lemme know. I'm gonna dress up a lil, tired of always being in jeans with you ME: Hmm I like the sound of that.. I might just have to break out some khakis HER: You always look nice ME: Thanks, that's really sweet..

You too, Real Now she's giving me all this lovey-dovey talk, buuut ironically enough, she didn't get back to me.. Another game? No idea. You could easily have posted that on any website that deals with relationships and no-one would have suspected that you were actually focussing on HPD. My feelings are just that if you focus on this being anything related to HPD, then you have already made a mistake. Let me tell you one thing my friend: Each person that you meet could be diagnosed with a 'mental disorder'.

So, I implore you to just take this where it goes. Do'nt feel that you have to see her as HPD If you feel that it's all moving too quickly, then slow it down. If you awnt out, then go now. I also advise against counting dates, as the word 'date' has negative connotations Take care Kevin. Mine would always do things like that, so wierd. Like a power play. And what is the implication, that if she quits smoking she will be giving oral to everyone in sight? Last edited by Cpt on Wed Jul 27, 2: When the time comes there will not be enough people to bury the dead.

If you diagnose her, you might see everything she does as evidence of one of the symptoms.

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Histrionic behavior… you probably know someone or in a relationship with someone who has a histrionic personality disorder and not realize it. If this is you, then you know loving someone with histrionic behavior is extremely difficult. You just want to pull your hair out sometimes.

Loving Someone With Histrionic Behavior

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7 Things You Should Know Before Dating Someone With A Personality Disorder

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If you find yourself in a relationship with someone who has a personality disorder PD , it's important to know what you're getting yourself into, according to Megan Hosking, a psychiatric intake clinician at Akeso Clinics. A PD is a type of mental disorder in which one has a rigid and unhealthy pattern of thinking, functioning and behaving.

Personality disorders are mental health conditions that can affect the way a person views themselves, the world, and interactions at play with others. Histrionic personality disorder HPD can be challenging because it is characterized by excessive attention-seeking, emotional overreaction, and suggestibility, according to Psychology Today.

High Maintenance or Histrionic Personality Disorder?

Have you ever met someone who seemed to be highly emotional, theatrical, dramatic, obsessed with their appearance and overly seductive in their interactions with others? Someone who would consistently go to extreme lengths just to draw attention back to themselves whenever anyone threatened to take the spotlight from them? You may have come across someone with the traits of Histrionic Personality Disorder. According to the DSM, people with Histrionic Personality Disorder are incredibly self-centered, are constantly seeking reassurance and approval and engage in inappropriate seductive behavior across a wide variety of contexts including social, academic, occupational and professional. More women than men are usually diagnosed with this disorder. Whether this is because more women than men actually do meet the criteria for the disorder or because female sexual displays tend to be more stigmatized remains up for debate. Histrionic individuals engage in very dramatic behavior with exaggerated displays of emotion and an impressionistic style of speaking that come off as disingenuous to discerning onlookers. Their emotions are so rapidly shifting and shallow that it can be difficult to determine exactly how authentic their emotions are or to what extent they are using their emotions to manipulate others. Interpersonally, they tend to be highly suggestible people whose opinions can change on a whim. They tend to perceive relationships to be more intimate than they actually are. A person with histrionic traits will dress provocatively and demonstrate a hyperfocus on how they look. These individuals are likely to emotionally and physically cheat on their partners and also seduce those who are already in committed relationships.

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