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In her latest Borderline Personality Disorder Inside Out podcast episode, Life and BPD Coach, A.J. Mahari talks about what she calls the core wound of abandonment and the negative impact that creates in the lives of those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). People with BPD need to find hope from the polarized negativity of BPD. Polarized negativity that has its roots in unresolved abandonment. Abandonment negativity impacts hope for those who have BPD and for their loved ones.





The on-going Impact of The Core Wound of Abandonment in BPD continues to fuel rage – whether it is felt or acknowledged or not – and what has become constant suffering and a pain-perpetuating habit of negativity that precludes hope or any real connection to hope in so many with BPD. Hope is really needed in order to recover from BPD and is something that everyone with BPD needs to know more about. Abandonment negativity in people with Borderline Personality Disorder is at the heart of largely causes and then perpetuates polarized negative black-and-white thinking – the defense mechanism of splitting that negatively impacts both those with BPD and their loved ones and that is at the center of much of the experience of those with BPD and their loved ones in the many ways that BPD manifests in relating and relationships.


Listen to A.J.’s podcast episode Abandonment Negativity Impacts Hope in BPD





Listen to A.J.’s podcast episode Abandonment Negativity Impacts Hope in BPD



For anyone with BPD or any loved one of someone with BPD thinking that somehow these deeply ingrained patterns of abandonment negativity will just go away will only prolong your pain and suffering. The negativity that is a lasting impact of unresolved abandonment trauma needs to be addressed by those with BPD. It is the only way to find hope. Hope is central to recovery from BPD.



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