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I Hate You - Don't Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality

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without becoming buried in what bpd may have been or will be this book tries to convey the important parts you are, likely desperately, wanting to know about and still includes actual useful actions and methods of communication that are immediately useful. And by journey's end, I was left more learned as well as a less emotionally-charged than when it began. However, if the following progression of stages seems like a journal of your relationship, then I Hate You, Don't Leave Me will definitely be of great interest to you. Beyond Fear to Hope "Psychological change requires resisting unproductive automatic reflexes and consciously and willfully choosing other alternatives - choices that are different, even opposite, from the automatic reflex - sometimes these new ways of behaving are frightening, but they hopefully are more efficient ways of coping.

Both pharmacological and psychotherapeutic advancements point to real hope for success in the treatment and understanding of BPD. This book goes on to then make out all BPD cases to be ones of an attention-seeking, narcissistic, irrational, etc. Our day-to-day lives change at a remarkable pace, leaving each generation increasingly isolated from yesterday's culture, which seems laughably outdated the next day.Often, this person later feels guilty about these actions, leading to a further vicious cycle of depression, punishing self-destruction, immature tantrums, and possibly even rage and violence. I have gravitated towards dysfunctional partners for far too many year and ultimately wasted some of the best years of my life that I can never get back. Moreover, the person who [has] neglect in his background is always restless and anxious because he cannot obtain emotional satisfaction. If so, this method offers a way to move into constructive dialogue, expressing both care and responsibility, and leading to insight and action at the root of the problem.

From what I've read, not just in this book, it seems alluded to that BPD sufferers will be prone reliving trauma, and that the narcissistic and cruel personality is like ice-cream to them.As BPD is associated with a fear of abandonment, a partner turning away or acting differently could cause unbearable anxiety or self-doubt. You begin to see their childlike pattern of viewing things in black and white - all good and all bad, without shades of gray - applied to many areas of life. Some acquaintances see this person as sweet and nice, and may even doubt your explanation of the relationship's difficulties. So the case studies usually start out each chapter and section and then possible reasons in a person's history or upbringing for these traits are given.

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