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Are you trapped in a toxic relationship? Have you been led to believe that it's you who's always wrong?
Are uncontrolled emotions isolating you and destroying everything they touch?
Are you afraid of what will happen if you decide to break out of your relationship?
Being in a relationship with a person who has a borderline personality means living a love-hate relationship that's obsessive, complicated and unstable. Unfortunately, these kinds of relationships can be particularly difficult to escape from. However long the relationship has lasted, a relationship with a person who has BPD typically creates a destabilizing impact on the psyche of those who live with it, and leaves emotional wounds that are very difficult to heal.
Sadly, sometimes, these relationships produce more than just psychological wounds. Stalking, threats and physical violence are all possibilities when a person breaks up with someone who has a serious borderline personality disorder. Threats of suicide, self-harm or even revenge attempts are all common issues in such situations.
Those who live with borderline personality disorders, are prey to intense and fluctuating emotions and an ongoing struggle with worrying thoughts and behaviours every day. It is common for them to feel misunderstood and to have difficulties in relationships.
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.
BPD is a black hole of attention and affection. Nothing can fill this void.
The person closest to the BPD victim can experience the following feelings that prevent that person from moving away from their BPD:
- They will feel used and manipulated.
- They will be forced to sacrifice their personal needs in a dedicated existence, devoted to the sufferer of BPD.
- Concern about what will happen to the BPD sufferer if I leave.
- How will the BPD sufferer react to a break up? Will they try to self-harm or commit suicide?
- If I abandon the BPD sufferer, then 'I am the bad person' who has been selfish, and disregarded him, so what he says is true.
There are many other situations that are listed within this book. Knowing the right information allows you to limit the damage and avoid unnecessary suffering.
This book is not the solution to all your problems, but I GUARANTEE that if you read and carefully review all the chapters of this book, ABSORB all the tips and finally APPLY the techniques provided by this manual, you will immediately feel a feeling of relief and you will have all the tools you need to rebuild a relaxed and peaceful life.