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"I just wanted to let you know, A.J., how helpful your ebooks and audio programs have been to me. Thanks for all the hard work you do and for putting yourself and your own painful experience out there as gifts to those still trying to find their own way."

-- Donald S., U.S.A.

"If you want to know more about Borderline Personality Disorder, as a borderline, or non borderline, I totally recommend that you buy A.J. Mahari's 3 Core Wound of Abandonment Ebooks. I have searched all over the web, read everything I could, including lots of other books and nothing was even close to as helpful to me as A.J.'s insightful explanation of abandonment in BPD. Finally, I understand.Thank you A.J. for the incredible gift of the insight you share that you learned through your own life experience."

-- Katy Gilchrist, Alberta, Canada

"I bought A.J. Mahari's ebook, on Loneliness. Wow! So much insightful and informative stuff. I had not ever really thought about there being anything positive about loneliness. You taught me so much. I have been able to make some wonderful changes in my life because your ebook helped me to learn that the place to start was with my attitude toward and thoughts about loneliness. Thanks so much A.J. and may God continue to bless all the work that you do."

-- Sue Johnson, Australia

Abandonment and Borderline Personality Disorder

Abandonment and Borderline Personality Disorder

Price: $29.99

How and why the core wound of abandonment is at the heart of the cause of Borderline Personality Disorder.


By: A.J. Mahari © 2007
Published by PhoenixRising Publications

In the audio program, "BPD and Abandonment" A.J. Mahari talks about how and why abandonment is at the heart of the cause of Borderline Personality Disorder and the reality that it is also the unresolved trauma of the core wound of abandonment that leads those with BPD to be left without a known self and to abandon the very pain that could set them free from BPD. Abandonment is the major core issue that keeps those who are diagnosed and stuck in the active throes of BPD - stuck.

Mahari describes how borderlines can begin to get in touch with this abandoned pain and why it is important to get in touch with it. Reclaiming and facing the abandoned pain of BPD - pain that is the result of having been wounded to the core by the experience and/or perception of abandonment in the first two to three years of life is the path that leads to the road to recovery.

Tracks in this audio program include:

Track 1:
Introduction to the central role of abandonment in BPD - Abandonment both causes and drives BPD.

Track 2:
The Effects of abandonment on those with BPD.

Track 3:
The Abandoned Pain of Abandonment in BPD.

Track 4:
The Borderline False Self - How and why the Core Wound of Abandonment is Central to the Recovery Process

Track 5:
The Abandoned Pain of BPD Is A Choice to Continue to Suffer and What That Means

Track 6:
The Reclamation of Abandoned Pain Is The Road to Recovery from BPD.

All Audio Programs are in mp3 format. All Ebooks are in PDF format. Audio Programs and Ebooks are available for electronic download only upon purchase.

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Quotes From A.J. Mahari


"What is in the way - is the way. If you have Borderline Personality Disorder it is the fundamental absence of a known self that sits at the very core of your pain, anger, and your rage. It is your rage that stands between your borderline pain and suffering and your recovery. Your lack of a known and defined self is what is in your way."

-- A.J. Mahari in her Ebook, "Rage And BPD"

"At the heart of the core wound of abandonment in BPD and its impact are many factors. Central among these factors however is the pain of loss. The pain of abandonment. The loss of authentic self."

-- A.J. Mahari in her Ebook, "Understanding BPD - The Lost Self - The Impact of the Core Wound of Abandonment"

"At the heart of much of what results in relating to someone with BPD is conflict. Are you experiencing an high and/or destructive level of conflict? What is driving that conflict? Is that conflict blocking intimacy and closeness? How do you react to this conflict? Is your own behaviour deteriorating in response to the conflict generated by the borderline in your life? What is it about all of this conflict that you are investing in and why?"

-- A.J. Mahari in her Ebook, "The Other Side of BPD"