It’s finally here! The Coach Ken Relationship Video Series!
This video series includes several videos dealing specifically with Borderline Personality Disorder, narcissism, and more that’s sure to help with the confusion and frustrations of a relationship. While Coach Ken does offer more personal advice in one-on-one calls, this video series is good for those that need strong reminders and reinforcement. Not to mention, these videos are exclusive, and not found on the Coach Ken YouTube channel!
4 Subsets of Borderline Personality Disorder
Some may not know this; but there isn’t just one type of Borderline. There’s actually four.
Not only that, but each subset can be entirely different based on behavior. Some are much easier to predict, and even adapt to. Others, maybe not so much. Watching this video will help you distinguish the various types, and how to adapt to them. While it may seem tricky, the video is designed to be as simple and digestible as possible.
How to Close the Gap with Borderline Personality Disorder
Part of Borderline Personality Disorder involves a lot of hot and cold. One day, they might tell you how deeply they love you, how much you mean to them, and promise never to leave you. The next day, they might treat you like garbage, screaming that they never wished they met you and how badly they need you out of your life.
Needless to say, that’s a lot of confusion, but even more so just sheer pain and pure misery. You feel more distant from them than ever before, and you may not even know what to did to deserve it. This video details how to close that gap that’s formed between you, and better handle the situation.
How to Identify Borderline Personality Disorder
If you’re looking into buying this video series, chances are you believe the person you are with has Borderline Personality Disorder.
Simply put, this video is to help confirm that assumption. The video goes into key signals and symptoms that accompany BPD, and are hopefully able to lay it to rest once and for all. No matter what type of BDP, there are always signs of it that are pretty hard not to see once pointed out.
How to Keep Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder
This video is for when you have either gotten back someone with BDP, or you suspect something may happen in the future. Maybe you’ve seen Coach Ken’s videos and are starting to detect an eerie pattern in your own relationship, and want to hold on to what you have with this person.
It’ll feel like there aren’t, but there really are ways to keep someone with Borderline Personality Disorder. They might be difficult, or even painful, but Coach Ken’s advice is proven to be effective. So if you want results, this is the video for you.
Identifying a Narcissist Before the Breakup
This video is for those that are dating, or even in a serious and committed relationship to someone they suspect might be a narcissist.
If you really are dating a narcissist, it’ll be difficult not to have that suspicion. However, while many think of an arrogant and obnoxious person when they think of a narcissist, often times, it can be more subtle. But the mask can and will slip if they really are a narcissist, and Coach Ken can help you catch them.
Quadrants of Narcissism
Just like Borderline, there is more than just one type of narcissist. They aren’t always obnoxious and loud, but they also aren’t always subtle. Thankfully, there are ways to tell the different sectors apart.
The video details the key signals in determining which type of narcissist you may or may not be with. While every person is unique, there will always be definitive patterns that give it away. Not only does this video discuss said patterns, but it will also detail what you can do about it.
Pursuing a Narcissist After No Contact
Say, you’ve already acknowledged your partner is a narcissist. And then, they’ve split up with you. If you’ve kept up with Coach Ken, you understand the next step: No Contact. But, then what?
What do you do after doing No Contact? No Contact is already confusing, but how will you know when it’s been too long? When will it be over? When it is, what to you do? This video goes into further detail, and will help outline your next step.
Why it Can Be Scary Going No Contact with BPD
No Contact is a big deal in any relationship. If you’re digging this deep into relationship advice, you clearly have deep affection for the person you love, even with Borderline Personality Disorder. And a lot of the time, you really don’t want to go No Contact.
But if you can identify why you don’t want to do No Contact, you can reason with it. And nine times out of ten, No Contact is what you need to do. The less hesitation, the better.