4 Non Borderline Ebook Bundle Featuring the Ebooks:
- The Other Side of Borderline Personality Disorder – Mindfulness and Radical Acceptance for Non Borderlines
- Full Circle – Lessons For Non Borderlines
- The Dilemma On The Other Side of Borderline Personality Disorder – Can Borderlines Love? Do Borderlines Feel Love?
- Verbal Abuse – The Roots, The Effects and The Danger
The Other Side of Borderline Personality Disorder – Mindfulness and Radical Acceptance For Non Borderlines
This ebook consists of eight chapters that will enhance the journey of anyone who has (or has had) a borderline in his/her life. A.J. Mahari writes insightfully about how Non-Borderlines can free themselves from the chaotic painful drama of the borderline in their lives through the practice of Mindfulness and Radical Acceptance.
When a non-borderline is lost in the tumultuous world of a borderline it can cause untold pain and suffering. A.J. outlines 3 reasons why non-borderlines often remain hooked into the borderline’s drama. Mahari also outlines the 3 main roadblocks to the practice of Radical Acceptance for Non-Borderlines as well as describing what keeps non-borderlines trapped in their own pain and suffering.
Full Circle – Lessons For Non Borderlines
A.J. Mahari was in the non-borderline role as a child with 2 parents with Borderline Personality Disorder. She shares the lessons that experience taught her. She then grew and developed and was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Years later, at the age of 38 she recovered from Borderline Personality Disorder. Then six years after her recovery from BPD she found herself in a complicated and most unusual significant other relationship with an untreated borderline. Mahari has experienced it all and come out of it all on the other side, healthier, stronger, more insightful and much wiser for the lessons. This ebook is a must read for anyone in a relationship with someone with BPD.
The Dilemma on the Other Side of BPD – Can Borderlines Love? Do Borderlines Feel Love?
The Dilemma on the other side of Borderline Personality Disorder, for the Non Borderline is a painful one. It is a dilemma driven by many questions. The source of those questions can be difficult for non borderlines to face. A.J. Mahari addresses what is at the heart of the non borderline dilemma, can borderlines love? Do borderlines feel love? Mahari not only answers these questions from the perspective of a recovered borderline but she also explains with incredible and unique insight of one who has been there why borderlines love the way that they do.
Verbal Abuse – The Roots, The Effects, and The Danger
© A.J. Mahari March 2007
In this ebook, Verbal Abuse – The Roots, The Effects, and the Danger, A.J. Mahari provides a revealing and informative exploration of the scope and reality of verbal abuse and its impact on those who are victims of it. In this 101 page collection of 20 articles Mahari outlines and debunks 10 Common Myths about verbal abuse, outlines things that people need to look for if they aren’t sure if they are a victim of verbal abuse. A.J. examines the hook of verbal abuse that draws people into toxically abusive relationships. Also explored is the shame that results for those who are verbally abused and the reality of how this abuse flourishes behind closed doors.A.J. Mahari, writes, “Verbal abuse is in and of itself formidable, damaging, and insidious abuse. It is not a lessor form of abuse. It has many dangerous effects and leaves in its wake a legacy of toxic relating and self-hatred”
A.J. Mahari also examines the effects of verbal abuse upon children. She takes a look at the reality of the legacy of verbal abuse as well. Along with everything else included in this ebook A.J. has written about:
- The Roots of Verbal Abuse
- Unresolved Abandonment Issues – Chronic Loneliness and Verbal Abuse
- The Shame of Verbal Abuse
- The Danger of Verbal Abuse
- The Media and Verbal Abuse
- Personality Disorders and the Toxic Relating of Verbal Abuse
- The Legacy of Childhood Verbal Abuse
- The Challenge of Change and Verbal Abuse
- The Masks of Power and Control
- Breaking the Cycle of Verbal Abuse
- The Effects of Verbal Abuse
- Verbal Abuse Behind Closed Doors
- The Hook of Verbal Abuse
- Toxic Relationships and Verbal Abuse