The Abandoned Pain of Borderline Personality DisorderEmail This Post
Central to one of the main root causes of Borderline Personality Disorder is abandonment. Abandonment leads to profound pain. Pain that must then be abandoned. This abandonment, and its subsequent abandoned pain is the origin and the teacher of the distorted belief that pain must be escaped at all cost.
All human beings experience pain. Those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) experience a great deal of life much more sensitively than do most in the general population. The traits that define Borderline Personality Disorder are characteristics that are found in all people. The degree to which they are present in quantity and intensity is what denotes those who have BPD from those who don’t have it. People with BPD live in the extremes of everything that they feel and perceive.
If you have BPD, the abandonment of your pain is a very prolific, yet, profoundly self-destructive way to exist. It is not living. It is merely existing in what is an ever-increasing, all-too-familiar self-annihiliating suffering. Those with Borderline Personality Disorder, by the very nature of being personality disordered, have not learned how to feel their pain in healthy and manageable ways.
The Abandoned Pain of Borderline Personality Disorder is the first ebook in a series of 3 ebooks by A.J. Mahari that address various aspects of what she has termed the “core wound of abandonment” in Borderline Personality Disorder. As someone who recovered from BPD 15 years ago and is now a Life Coach and BPD Coach A.J. Mahari understands from the inside out what is required and what it means to heal the unresolved abandonment of Borderline Personality Disorder.
This ebook, is 105 pages of insightful must read information about what perpetuates the suffering and self-defeating behaviour of those with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). A.J. shares how that suffering can be firstly transformed into manageable pain and secondly recovered from.
This ebook will also be helpful to loved ones of someone with BPD who are seeking to better understand why the person in their lives with BPD has the issues and challenges that he or she does have and why they impact relating to your loved one in the painful ways that BPD does often negatively impact relationships.
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