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    Hi guys, thanks for reading.
    I have this girl whom I am with for 2months. She is extremely decent. I love everything of her.
    However she seems to get mad easily. Like in a conversation, out of sudden,she gets mad. Most of the time, she says "I'm leaving" or "i don't want to talk to you" or "can we breakup.". Then I try my best to calm her down. And then, suddenly she's being really nice back, as if nothing happened. I asked her once, she said she's like this. Bear with it.

    My question is, why is she like this and how can I help her to change?
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    (Original post by Pseudo99)
    LTB
    May I know what's LTB?
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    BPD
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    (Original post by Orbital Rising)
    BPD
    Sorry man.. May I know whats BLD?
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    bipolar disoder


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    bipolar disorder


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    or personality disorder, either way you need to let her goo


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    I really hope she's not. But even is she is, is there any possible solutions?
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    well you would have to get her to see a professional, from the way you talk about her i doubt should wud agree


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    Perhaps mood swings or something more serious like bipolar disorder.


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    (Original post by A Mockingbird)
    well you would have to get her to see a professional, from the way you talk about her i doubt should wud agree


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    Thanks bro, I'll talk to her one day about it. Is there any advices you'll like to give? Thanks btw.
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    (Original post by marcuskhoo)
    Thanks bro, I'll talk to her one day about it. Is there any advices you'll like to give? Thanks btw.
    If she's threatening to leave you or break up, that to me isn't a good sign so early within the relationship. I would have a proper chat with her about it, because it's clearly upsetting you from your posts.

    It can be quite easy to jump on the "she has bipolar!" bandwagon but I know people in the past who have done this and it didn't end well. Does she do things like this outside the relationship?

    Point is, I would talk with her. But take it easy on yourself mate :hugs:
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    (Original post by Slowbro93)
    If she's threatening to leave you or break up, that to me isn't a good sign so early within the relationship. I would have a proper chat with her about it, because it's clearly upsetting you from your posts.

    It can be quite easy to jump on the "she has bipolar!" bandwagon but I know people in the past who have done this and it didn't end well. Does she do things like this outside the relationship?

    Point is, I would talk with her. But take it easy on yourself mate :hugs:
    I don't think she's trying to threathen me. She told me she tried to change, but its very difficult. I am her first boyfriend and i want to give her my gest. I really wanted to be with her. I mean i can tolerate with all the mood swings, but we are going to a long distance relationship in 7 months. I am worried that this might affect our relationship.

    A question, may i know what are you referring to when you say "does she do things outside the relationship?
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    (Original post by marcuskhoo)
    I don't think she's trying to threathen me. She told me she tried to change, but its very difficult. I am her first boyfriend and i want to give her my gest. I really wanted to be with her. I mean i can tolerate with all the mood swings, but we are going to a long distance relationship in 7 months. I am worried that this might affect our relationship.

    A question, may i know what are you referring to when you say "does she do things outside the relationship?
    By "threatening", I mean that she's threatening to leave you from what I understood. If she's trying to change, at least it's a step in the right direction

    When I say: "does she do things outside the relationship", I mean does she flip out at just you, or to other people she knows such as friends and family?
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    (Original post by Slowbro93)
    By "threatening", I mean that she's threatening to leave you from what I understood. If she's trying to change, at least it's a step in the right direction

    When I say: "does she do things outside the relationship", I mean does she flip out at just you, or to other people she knows such as friends and family?
    Yeah mate, I am really glad that she tried to change. However, replies of this thread scares me a little. I hope its not some mental disorder.

    Sometimes she rages at her younger brother but not her friends. But for me, perhaps 2-3 times a week? Pretty weird tho
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    bro i feel for you seems like she has SHD
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    (Original post by NoahMal)
    bro i feel for you seems like she has SHD
    Sorry mate, i don't understand the abbrevation "SHD" do you mind to elaborate? Thanks
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    LTB = leave the b*tch. Before she kills you.
 
 
 
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