A.J. Mahari is a Counselor and Trauma Recovery Coach who has 30 years experience working with those surviving Borderline Personality Relationship Breakups in all relationship types, healing from codependency, Inner Child Healing, Family of Origin and Self Differentiation, Narcissistic Abuse Recovery and much more.
BPD or BPD/NPD or BPD/Psychopath - You Are Never Going To Change A Borderline - End The Breakup Cycles
How to achieve Surviving a BPD Relationship Breakup that is actually the end of therelationship and the breakup. How and why endless focus on is the Borderline only a Borderline or a BPD/NPD or a
Borderline 'Psychopath' is meaningless because it keeps you stuck in the pain and
agony of not focusing on yourself and your own healing and recovery journey to
break free of the unhealthy bond and no longer need endless dramatic videos,
misinformation and/or more and more about Cluster B that keeps you mired in the
emotional muck of not getting to the surviving of an ended BPD Breakup so that you
can go on to a new chapter in your life.
Moving forward, after a formal in depth healing and recovery journey to be BPD relationship free and remain Cluster B Free!
Borderlines or Narcissists Do Not Cause Situational Narcissism in Codependents
Borderlines or narcissists do not cause or create situational (or "Temporary")
Narcissism or "acquired narcissism" in people with Codependency. To suggest
that this has any factual truth to it is to misinform people with
Codependency. Codependency is still not that well understood for what
it really is, means, and how people develop codepenency in childhood.
It is extermely important not to fuse Codependency with BPD or NPD or the traits
of because Codependency is its own painful mental health challenge. It is
separate from BPD and NPD no matter how much has been hurt and loses more of
self to a person with BPD or NPD.
Malignant Borderline as if Psychopathic vs BPD | 8 Traits & 4 C's of Differentiation
Malignant Borderline is a meaningless term. An internet term not a clinical term.
It is now being forwarded online as slippery language for (supposedly) co-morbid
BPD/ASPD women. In this podcast I give you 8 traits of ASPD and the 4 C's that can
help you differentiate a woman (or man) with ASPD from one with BPD.
Less than 2% of all women diagnosed with BPD (according to all the
research papers to date) fit this BPD/ASPD or "secondary psychopathy" ideological
narrative forwarded from what remains pseudoscience.
Malignant Borderline "10 Signs" of BPD/ASPD Supposed Co-Morbidity Conflated with BPD
A response and my understanding or this "psychopathy" or "secondary psychopathy"
co-mingled with BPD and really not in a meaningful way. I responsd ro another
Youtuber - a therapist - who essentially describes BPD as Malignant Borderline Females
by describing BPD and not explaining well or at all the delineation between "Malignant
Borderline" (which is meaningless) or BPD/ASPD (controversial) from Borderline
Personality Disorder. Less than 2 % of all women diagnosed with BPD, according to
researchers would be "malignant borderlines" = Co-morbid BPD/ASPD or even
BPD Breakup What is The BPD FINAL DISCARD? Go From Limbo To End Of Breakup Cycles
BPD Breakup that doesn't seem to have an end in sight. What is the BPD Final
Discard? Is there such a thing as a BPD final discard? How to go from
this limbo place to ending BPD Breakup ghost and/or discard cycles.
Extrem Focus on BPD Ex Increases Distress Drives More Focus On Ex - Dangerous and Painful
For most people after being ghosted or discarded by a Borderline or Narcissist Ex
rumination is central and very painful. For those also with Limerence this
focus on the Ex can be even more intense. The intense focus on the Cluster B
increases your pain and your increased pain will exacerbate the intensity of
your focus on the Cluster B. This is agony, and dangerous emotionally and physically
because it means that your mind and body are in a hyperfocused and hyperaroused state
of flight/figh, freeze or fawn trauma response. Most people need professional help
to learn how to cope more effectively and break the cycles of this unhealthy focus
that can block your recovery.