H.O.P.E. In Borderline Personality Disorder
This site offers hope for Borderline Personality Disorder. There is hope for recovery if you have Borderline Personality Disorder. If you have BPD you may well have to search long and hard for hope. Search as long and as hard as it takes. Part of the journey requires this search for hope. It is the search for and the finding some belief in hope that is the way to get on the road to recovery.
Hope is made up of help - learning to help yourself if you have BPD; Optimism - learning to replace negative thoughts with neutral ones and later positive thoughts; Perspective - challenging your current perspective which is based upon your past experience; Enigma - learning to unwind the maze of enigma that has your lost authentic self and your dissociated from inner child housed within it and peeling back the layers of borderline defenses revealing not only hope but the mystery to the puzzle of who you really are.
- Purchase all 3 of ebooks for NON BORDERLINES or 3 Non Borderline Ebooks packaged together with audio.
- Non Borderlines - You can purchase 6 ebooks packaged together without audio or 6 ebooks bundled together with 2 audio programs 6 ebooks packaged together with 2 audio programs
- Those with BPD and/or Non Borderlines can purchase A.J. Mahari's 3 "Core Wound of Abandonment" series ebooks or Mahari's 3 "Core Wound of Abandonment" series ebooks with From False Self To Authentic Self In BPD - The Inner Chid Audio Program
Hope can be elusive when you have Borderline Personality Disorder. It is the defense mechanisms employed by the false self in BPD that perpetuate a negative pattern of thinking - thinking that is often highly distorted - that keeps those with BPD effectively blocked from the awareness that they need to get in touch with in order to facilitate the possibility of finding and learning to hold out hope. This hope awaits your attention to it and nurturing of it - you must open enough to allow this possibility for hope to rise up from deep within you. There is hope, deep down inside, locked and hidden away, in the lost and wounded abandoned child of each and every person with BPD.
© A.J. Mahari February 14, 2008
Last up-dated January 2, 2016