The central dilemma for loved ones on the other side of someone with Borderline Personality Disorder has all to do with love and relating. Relationships of all types with people diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, by the very nature of this complex mental illness, more often than not, involve a toxic relational dynamic. Toxic Relationships between those with BPD and loved ones – non borderlines – negatively effect the potential for healthy love.

Dilemmalovenonsebook The Dilemma on The Other Side of Borderline Personality Disorder Can Borderlines Love? Do Borderlines Feel Love? is a must-read ebook, written by Life and BPD Coach, A.J. Mahari. Mahari has experience on both sides of Borderline Personality Disorder. She has over 8 years as a Life and BPD Coach who works with many clients who are or have been in a relationship with someone with BPD.

If healthy love isn’t possible with someone in the active throes of Borderline Personality Disorder, what does that mean about the love that you have or still feel for the person with BPD? What could that mean? Where does that leave you?

Loved Ones seek to understand more about what is happening in relationship dynamics between themselves and those with BPD. In seeking this understanding, however, they often find that rather than making things clearer there is a growing confusion. A confusion in the face of loss that continues to increase their discomfort and pain.

In this ebook, A.J. Mahari, speaks directly to this and answers the questions, Can Borderlines Love? Do Borderlines Feel Love? as only one who has been there, had BPD, and recovered can. Mahari recovered from BPD in 1995.

© Phoenix Rising Publications  and A.J. Mahari – All rights reserved. Up-dates Sept 19, 2016