Family members, loved ones, ex or relationship partners of someone with Borderline Personality Disorder experience what I call a Puzzle and Mystery of Hope On the Other Side of BPD. There are many faces to hope for those who are non borderlines. This audio program includes a Non Borderline Meditation/Relaxation – Finding Emotional Peace.
What is the experience and nature of hope for those who have a loved one with Borderline Personality Disorder? What is at the centre of the puzzle and mystery that unfolds from within the confines of hope on the Other Side of BPD? How is that hope can actually become something that actually hurts non borderlines?
- 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
- 3 Non Borderline Audio Programs Bundle
What is the central dilemma that is at the core of the puzzle of hope on the other side of BPD? What drives the mystery that precludes many non borderlines from disengaging, detaching, and/or letting go of the roller-coaster and painful hooks and traps on the other side of someone with BPD?
What can I possibly mean when I suggest that family members, loved ones, ex or relationship partners are often caused a great deal of pain by what I call the hope trap? How can hope be trap? Isn't hope something that is positive and desirable?
I speak to these questions and more in my latest audio program The Puzzle and Mystery of Hope On the Other Side of BPD. This audio program includes a Non Borderline Meditation/Relaxation – Finding Emotional Peace.
It is the very hope that you have held on to or may still be holding on to that may well have become or will become both a hook and a trap that will keep you stuck in a painful emotional place. A place that can threaten your sense of self and your mental and/or physical health.
© A.J. Mahari, September 12, 2008 – All rights reserved.
A.J. Mahari is a Life Coach who, among other things, specializes in working with those with BPD and family members, loved ones, ex or relationship partners – non borderlines. A.J. has 5 years experience as a life coach and has worked with hundreds of clients from all over the world.