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For those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder the idea of recovery is often a mystery. Many with BPD don’t believe that they can recover.

Preparing For Recovery From Borderline Personality Disorder is a two-part audio program by A.J. Mahari.

PreparingforecoveryRecovery from Borderline Personality Disorder, as Mahari knows as one who has recovered from BPD, is an exercise in peeling back layers of defenses that are blocking those with BPD from the puzzle pieces of what she describes as "the abandoned pain of their core wound of abandonment".

Each puzzle piece must be identified, realized, and integrated into one’s conscious awareness in the process of active recovery. BPD is an engima. It is a puzzle. It is a puzzle that can be solved when those with BPD make a conscious choice to take personal responsibility for that recovery and all that its process entails.

In the audio programs, "Preparing For Recovery From BPD and Preparing For Recovery From BPD Part 2" A.J. Mahari outlines and explains the foundational steps that can and will faciliate those with BPD getting on the road to recovery. Drawing on her own personal experience as someone who has recovered from Borderline Personality Disorder Mahari provides a profoundly insightful and motivating road map of hope and possibility for recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder.

Tracks in Part One of this audio program include:

Track 1: 38 Minutes – Preparing For Recovery From BPD – Understanding the False Self

Track 2: 48 Minutes – Finding Hope For Recovery in Radically Accepting The Paradox of Pain

Tracks in Part Two of this audio program include:

Track 1: 68 Minutes – Asserting Belief and Intention and Cultivating Awareness About Recovery

Track 2: 85 Minutes – Empowerment and Transformation – Radical Acceptance and Trusting The Process

This audio program is available for purchase and immediate download at: Phoenix Rising Audio Programs

© A.J. Mahari March 20, 2008

Preparing for Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder