You wonder if he or she will like you as much in person. Except the problem is, alongside all of these normal feelings are the not-so-normal attachment issues, an innate crippling sense of self, the feeling of attachment for someone who’s basically a stranger and a whole bunch of other confusing and exaggerated emotions that come with having borderline personality disorder.
It’s fine when you meet the person in question and realize you don’t find him or her that attractive, or that the two of you don’t quite hit it off. You can find yourself feeling as though you’re madly in love, even though you’ve only known this person for two minutes.
Say you swiped right on a hot guy (or lady) on Tinder, and the two of you match.
You start talking, realize you have a few things in common, exchange numbers, talk for a few days and finally arrange to meet in person.
If you don’t know what borderline personality disorder (BDP) is, it’s a mental illness that is characterized by unstable moods, behaviors and relationships.