Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder has two main ingredients, gaining more insight about choices made and learning to make new choices, as well as learning how to take personal responsibility. For those with BPD, taking personal responsibility means facing their abandoned pain understanding that continuing to try to avoid that pain will only keep them stuck. This journey from one's abandoned pain and a victim mentality that doesn't "emotionally" understand choices made and new choices that need to be made, is the journey From False Self to Authentic Self.
- BPD and Abandonment
- Preparing For Recovery From BPD
- Rage Addiction in Borderline Personality Disorder
- Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder The Lost Self The Impact of The Core Wound of Abandonment
- The Other Side of BPD – Mindfulness and Radical Acceptance for Non Borderlines
© A.J. Mahari, February 24, 2009 & Video content © A.J. Mahari
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.