Abandonment Disorder In Borderline
By Michael Weisz
suffering from BPD? Have you ever asked
yourself where is this Abandonment
Disorder coming from?
To begin with,
during our child years we are manifesting an
unconscious need for love, care, affection,
and respect from our parents and/or
caregivers. These desires are to be
fulfilled by the parents within a special
relationship and bonding with the child,
Basically when a
child is securely attached, he or she has an
unconscious sense of security and stability
coming from the fact that his/her needs are
met by loving and caring parents.
However this is
unfortunately not the case in all families.
In these families children are treated
either, callous, rejecting, in depreciative
ways, or downright abusively or violently.
Children reared in
such families experience an intense lack of
fulfillment of their emotional and cognitive
demands, which is experienced unconsciously
as abandonment of them as human beings.
You may have
observed children and even adults who were
raised in such families who are fearsome,
bashful, are frequently questioning
themselves, have low self-confidence, and
intense self-downing attitudes.
Over the years these
wants from the early years of live are
turning eventually into an abandonment
disorder specific in borderline personality.
fear of abandonment comes from the
unconscious belief which basically says that
all people will relate to me the same way as
my parents or important close persons did
during my childhood.
conclusion is obviously untrue, this is the
unconscious reality of a person who suffers
from BPD and abandonment disorder.
Further on, the way
to address these early shortcomings is to
determine exactly the thoughts and beliefs
the sufferer has when coming in contact with
other significant people. The problem of
abandonment came up because of a
relationship, so it will manifest in present
If you suffer from
abandonment disorder, one thing you can do
is to go back into your past and identify
the reasons why your parents, caregivers, or
close ones did treat you that way. In other
words, find out the motives to prove you
that not you are the reason for their
demeanors, but life or personal problems
they were having.
Moving on, you will
than be able to extrapolate your conclusions
to the other people you come in contact or
have a relationship with.
Just because your
parents or close ones behaved that way it
doesn’t necessarily mean that all people you
will ever come in contact with will behave
the same. And I believe you can find proofs
for this from your own experiences.
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