The adult-child of a borderline parent need to, if he or she hasn't already, take his or her own life back. What does that mean? What does that look like? How does one do that?
In a recent segment of my radio show, "Borderline Personality Disorder Inside Out" I talk about my own experience as an adult-child of two borderline parents and what I learned about what taking my life back meant and how I was able to take my life back. I also talk about what taking life my back has taught me.
- The Puzzle and Mystery of Hope on the Other Side of BPD
- Inside The Borderline Mind
- The Shame of Abandonment In BPD
- Breaking Free of The Borderline Maze – Recovery For Nons
- Facing the Facts of BPD – On The Other Side For Nons
- Overcoming Denial About BPD and Love
The high percentage of the toxic aspects of the relationship between many adult-children and their borderline parent (or parents) is such that many are stuck in a type of relating that supports the continuation of the very issues in your life that you likely need relief from and need to address to find your own happiness and a balanced sense of well-being.
I also talk about my experience of going no contact with my borderline parents in my latest video, two-part video "Adult-Child of Borderline Parents and No Contact" on YouTube.
© A.J. Mahari, September 2, 2008 – All rights reserved.
A.J. Mahari is a Life Coach who, among other things, specializes in working with those with BPD and non borderlines. A.J. has 5 years experience as a life coach and has worked with hundreds of clients from all over the world.