I'm actually in a good relationship right now. I was in a very horrible relationship that ended tumultuously on July 15th, 2011, when I attempted suicide. I was then diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. I'm currently working on becoming a more stable individual and finding new and inventive ways to make my partner happy. Also working on letting go of control and letting him live his life. Trusting him. Not knowing what's going to happen tomorrow but relinquishing any and all control I have over it for the sake of my sanity and my future relationship. I think the hardest part of my relationship is letting go of control and past events and giving Alvin space. Realizing the world doesn't revolve around me is something I need to work on too. I definitely feel that a relationship with someone who has BPD can work as long as the person is willing to admit they have a problem and makes actual attempts to change his or her behavior. Enjoy your sanity while you have it. When you start feeling anxious, think about the situation until you don't feel anxious anymore and then respond instead of reacting. That seems to be the secret. You'd be surprised how many times in your relationship that the thing that you we're going to bitch about means absolutely nothing to you now. It's amazing.