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BPD ~ An Unreal Need for Revenge

I bring this forward now, to explain what

President Obama politely avoided

July 2016 on the 10th day

BPD ~ An Unreal Need for Revenge

Uploaded on Dec 2, 2009

Counsellor, BPD Coach and Life Coach A.J. Mahari has a new ebook available now entitled Punishment & Revenge in Borderline Personality Disorder. Mahari talks about punishment and revenge in BPD for those with BPD and their loved ones.

Mahari, who recovered from BPD herself, in 1995, shares, in her ebook, her own mastering of her previously unmastered talionic impulse when she had BPD.

A.J. Mahari knows, from first-hand experience that there is something far more important, something much more precious then the fight to feel or be right.

Too many people with
Borderline Personality Disorder are seeking to get justice or revenge in the here and now with loved ones or people close to them.

Borderlines are really trying to get revenge for or justice for past woundedness that was not caused by the loved ones that it may be directed at and often in abusive ways.

Devaluation Projection and

Lack of Trust in

Borderline Personality Disorder 

A.J. Mahari, author, speaker, mental health and life coach, talks about how the negative thinking experienced in the devaluing half of borderline splitting clouds the reality that people with Borderline Personality Disorder experience victimization that they think is coming from others that is really projected out on to others from what is the borderline lack of self. It is from this devaluation and projection that people with BPD experience what they perceive to be abandonment and betrayal that warrants or supports what is their own lack of trust to begin with.

Why do some people become psychopaths?

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Why do some people become psychopaths?

Category - Education
License - Standard YouTube License

Published on Feb 3, 2014

Professor Essi Viding, UCL Psychology and Language Sciences

Although childhood behavioural problems are relatively common, not all problems develop for the same reason, and only a few individuals will go on to develop psychopathy in adulthood.

This lecture reviews behavioural problems in children, in terms of genetics, brain function and development, and considers why some children may be at an increased risk of developing psychopathy when they grow up.

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