Abandonment is at the Heart of Borderline Personality Disorder

The fundamentally foundational epicenter of Borderline Personality Disorder is abandonment. This abandonment experience can be actual or perceived. Abandonment that is perceived is still very real to the person perceiving it. Many people are unaware of the scope and nature of the wide and encompassing spectrum of all that abandonment is. Abandonment can be very […]

Abandonment and Borderline Personality Disorder

The unresolved abandonment wound in early childhood and subsequent abandonment trauma experienced and re-experienced by those diagnosed with Borderline Personality (BPD) disorder fuels emotional dyregulation. People with BPD re-experience this abandonment trauma, abandonment fear and depression each and every time they experience an emotional trigger that causes the dissociative experience of re-living unresolved abandonment from the past as if it is re-occuring in the here-and-now. In this audio program A.J. Mahari talks about how and why the core wound of abandonment is at the heart of the cause of Borderline Personality Disorder.