People with Borderline Personality Disorder are often known as right-fighters or known for their right-fighting. This isn’t just a way they argue or provoke or fight with you, for the person with BPD it is a crucial defense mechanisms blocking awareness and any process or success in therapy of recovery. I have a video here on this subject and an in-depth audio program available now for those with BPD who would like to gain more awareness about right-fighting, why they do it, what drives it, and how and why they need to make a new choice to stop that and the rewards of learning how to stop right-fighting once one truly understands what it really is all about.
Right-Fighting is something that most people with Borderline Personality Disorder do. There are many different ways this can be done. There are very common reasons why if you have BPD that you right-fight. In this 3 hour audio program, A.J. Mahari explains what right-fighting is for those with BPD and why you do it. Mahari also explains the consequences of right-fighting and how it keeps you stuck in the pain of Borderline Personality and why. She goes on to also clearly share with you, why you will benefit from making a choice or a new choice and what you need to do instead of right-fighting and why it will benefit you
As A.J. Mahari describes, “I have been there, I understand what it means to right-fight, when one has BPD, and what it feels like, how compelling it is and how those with BPD, as I did many years ago, when I had BPD, think they can protect themselves by right-fighting. It is a defense mechanism. But, it works against people with BPD. I learned the hard way on the road to my recovery from BPD, in 1995, that right-fighting is really a choice often made subconsciously. I also learned that one cannot right-fight and recover at the same time. One cannot be protecting and opening to learning, new choices, growth, change, and recovery while protecting against the awareness needed for that recovery. Right-fighting keeps people with BPD stuck in their pain and suffering and lost not knowing who they are. The way forward is to become aware of how right-fighting is hurting you and others. In this audio I clearly and compassionately explain why you need to stop right-fighting, how you can, and what that will mean if you do.”