Monday, 23 March 2009

Borderline Personality Disorder and The Rise of Peter Pan

Brand Killer Robots reveals:
It is one thing to be abused by the devil, but quite another to be complicit in the act. In many ways, feeling complicit is a way of dealing with the situation, given the human spirit then has some way of remaining intact if it feels it had some control over circumstances, rather than allowing the predator to be seen to have full control and power to crush you totally under its weight.

There are literally millions of people who have been diagnosed with depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder, when in actual fact many of these people are victims of their past and are simply cases of "borderline personality disorder".

Many talk of an "awakeneing", when in actual fact what they mean is "reconciliation with their past" and a "reforming of a new personality".

They desire this because they have profound flaws in their character caused by early abuse, which has developed into a less than natural personality - one that is inherently unstable, with poor self-image and marked impulsivity.

You can liken their feelings to that of Peter Pan.

To........... "A child who would inherit the earth with the other children - at the expense of the grotesque pirates - in the form of abusive adults".

To find more about Borderline Personality Disorder and survivors of abuse you can read Dr G's paper here

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