Loved ones of those with Borderline Personality Disorder, at one point or another, do need to find closure. Closure isn't limited exclusively to the ending of a relationship with the person with BPD in your life even though this is what it is most commonly thought to mean.
Closure might mean finding your way to more effective coping with identified and up-held boundaries so that you gain needed closure from the roller-coaster emotional chaos and turmoil of a BPD loved one even in continuing to relate to that person.
Many of the loved ones of BPD that come to me as a Life/BPD Coach have read an enormous amount of material about Borderline Personality Disorder. And, while they have gained a lot of knowledge about many aspects of BPD they continue to struggle with what have become dysfunctional and painful patterns of thinking about and relating to the person in their lives with BPD. My clients have expressed to me that the support and compassion along with the understanding that I can share about all aspects of BPD really makes the difference for them in their on-going processes of coming to the kind of deep emotional understanding required to create and maintain healthy change for themselves.
Working with A.J. Mahari, as your BPD/Life Coach on the subject of closure, again, whether you are remaining in the relationship with the loved one in your life with BPD or not can and will empower you to end the pain and suffering that loved ones experience on the other side of someone with BPD.
Please Note: Any purchased life coaching sessions are non-refundable.