Why No Contact (NC) is Necessary After a BPD Breakup
It’s not easy to cut someone off. It’s not easy to completely disappear on someone forever. It’s horribly difficult to silently walk away from someone you love and care for. However, if you have any desire to move on after a breakup with someone suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), you must go no contact. You must protect your own mental health.
What is NC or No Contact? No contact means to cut all contact with a person, to remove every trace of them from your life via zero communication. It does sound harsh, and perhaps it is, but chances are this breakup (and the relationship itself) have left you a physical and emotional mess. If you want to remember what it feels like to ‘feel like yourself’ again, then you must go no contact.
Why? Why is no contact so necessary after a breakup with a bpd partner? You need to heal. You need your mental health. You need your sanity. You need everything you used to like about yourself back. You will not get that if you are still engaged in any form of communication with your Borderline Personality disordered ex.