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Has separation anxiety, fear of abandonment, self-harm and emotional instability prevented you from experiencing what should have been the typical life of a 'normal' person?
Have negative thoughts assaulted you on every side, taking control and proving stubbornly resistant to all attempts to drive them away?
Have you had emotions that sometimes you can't even name?
Anger, fear, sadness and shame are notoriously difficult emotions to manage as nature has forged their purpose purely to protect us. Sometimes trauma can interfere with your ability to regulate your emotions, amplifying them and generating devastating effects for yourself and for others.
If you live with a Borderline Disorder, you will likely have been prey to intense and fluctuating emotions, struggling every day with troubling thoughts and behavior; finding difficulties being understood by others and being troubled in your relationships.
With this collection you will learn:
1. Borderline Personality Disorder - If you've been diagnosed with BPD you may feel a number of emotions-including shock, shame, sadness, abandonment, emptiness, or even anger. Even worse, you may be tempted to research your diagnosis online, only to find doomsday scenarios and terrible prognoses everywhere you click. Take a deep breath. You can get through this-and this workbook will help guide you.
2. Borderline Mother - Children raised by mothers with borderline personality disorder are at risk of developing the same kind of emotional problems. They may find themselves facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles in order to overcome their parent's dysfunctional attitudes, and it may be necessary to seek professional help to work on such feelings.
3. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) -This method was originally created to treat individuals who struggle with suicidal thoughts, but has matured into a treatment for many other conditions that involve dysfunctional emotional regulation. It is currently considered the 'gold standard' for Borderline Personality Disorders and has even been used in the treatment of substance abuse and eating disorders.
Sufferers of BPD live at the limit, they are acrobats in a precarious balance on a razor's edge.
This book is essential reading if, in the last three months, a person that you are close to has been overwhelmed by:
- Anxiety, depression and anger, often for reasons that others find difficult to understand or that they consider inconsequential.
- Intense or uncontrollable emotional explosions.
- Instability in interpersonal relationships and self-esteem.
- Concerns about abandonment.
- Desperate feelings of being misunderstood.
- Feelings of powerlessness and despair.
- Ideas about self-harm and/or suicide.
- Doubts about themselves and their sanity.
The internal dynamics and long-term unresolved traumas can create irreversible damage to your sanity, threatening future emotional and mental stability, so it is important to take immediate action.
If you are tired of carrying this weight every day and want to finally make a change in your life this book has been written especially for you.