Rage in BPDThe fundamentally foundational epicenter of Borderline Personality Disorder is abandonment. This abandonment experience can be actual or perceived. Abandonment that is perceived is still very real to the person perceiving it. Many people are unaware of the scope and nature of the wide and encompassing spectrum of all that abandonment is. Abandonment can be very obvious or very subtle. Many people with BPD dissociate from what are traumatic and overwhelming feels of abandonment. This means that what author and life coach, A.J. Mahari, refers to as the core wound of abandonment in Borderline Personality Disorder is one that continues to cause a disconnect from identity – the lost self and continues to be the seat of rage in BPD and shame in those with Borderline Personality Disorder.
It is from the heart of this abandonment trauma that people with Borderline Personality Disorder essentially block the very awareness that they need to realize in order to get on and stay on the road to recovery.
Loved ones are very much also effected by the many ways that people with BPD are not able to maintain healthy relationships. Loved ones will also benefit from learning more about abandonment in BPD and how it effects them.
- The Shame of Abandonment in BPD
- From False Self To Authentic Self In BPD – Getting In Touch With Your Inner Child
- BPD and Abandonment
- Finding Hope From the Polarized Reality of BPD
- Preparing For Recovery From BPD
- Emotion Dysregulation in BPD
- Rage Addiction in Borderline Personality Disorder
Audio Programs © A.J. Mahari
In this video, recorded in 2008, A.J. Mahari on abandonment in BPD
A.J. coaches both those with BPD and loved ones of BPD as a BPD Coach
- The Puzzle and Mystery of Hope on the Other Side of BPD
- Inside The Borderline Mind
- 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
Audio Programs For Loved Ones © A.J. Mahari
© A.J. Mahari, February 12, 2010 – All rights reserved.