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I do understand and can partially agree with your point. Do you however, consider the ongoing damage that is being inflicted upon the people who are abused by people with personality disorders ? i know they need help, but many do not feel that they need it and will not willingly receive help. The other person is usually blamed for the pd persons difficulties. It is excruciating to be in that position esp. when no matter what you do to help, you end up being wrong, blamed and risk being seriously damaged and harmed yourself. Then this helpful person is in dire need of emotional help. i know this because i live with this nightmare daily.
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