I have often spoken of the severe changes in personality that happens when confronted with PTSD or trauma. In this discourse, I will discuss moving from living in the pain of the past as opposed to “Living in Truth and Power.”
Borderline personality disorder is a mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life. It includes self-image issues, difficulty managing emotions and behavior, and a pattern of unstable relationships.
With borderline personality disorder, you have an intense fear of abandonment or instability, and you may have difficulty tolerating being alone. Yet inappropriate anger, impulsiveness and frequent mood swings may push others away, even though you want to have loving and lasting relationships.
Borderline personality disorder usually begins by early adulthood. The condition seems to be worse in young adulthood and may gradually get better with age. But, if you are like I was, I had to find out this truth from many disastrous relationships.
If you have borderline personality disorder, don’t get discouraged. Many people with this disorder get better over time with treatment and can learn to live satisfying lives.
As many of you know, I grew up in a maelstrom of disfunction and trauma. Therefore, my adult life, though try as I may, always seemed to reflect the stain of the past. I remember, once, I was dating a really nice, handsome, spiritual man. I actually thought I could fall in love with this guy. I remember this day as if it were yesterday, because it was one day before the terrible Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans that caused many people to have to be displaced. When I got home from New Orleans one day before the storm, which was metaphor enough, my new guy picked me up from the airport. When we got my luggages in my house, he was about to leave. I thought a kiss would be appropriate. When I turned to hug him, he said, as if I were expecting it: “I think we should break up. You’re just a little too broken for me.”
Nothing can erase the moment those horrifying words shots from his lips like a fiery laser into my heart. It was the first time I had been faced with the idea that my personality, my mere presence, had been reflecting pure and utter brokenness. Until the moment, I believed that my mask of professionalism and success was sufficient to hide the pain inside. In that moment, I realized it was not.
It was then I began to go to therapy and seek clinical hypnotherapy to unearth the pain and finally begin to start a deep healing process that hopefully has permanently put that old mask away for good. This hypnotherapy has allowed me to release my authentic self for all to see—unabashed and unfiltered.
Ultimately, we all reflect a bit of our past. Thank God for my past, which has caused me and urged me forward to be the healing practitioner that I am today. This compassion I have now, I have earned from many years of lessons and hard knocks. Fortunately for you, my friend, you don’t have to suffer anymore from this kind of pain. With 31 years of experience and a great office, Hypnosis on Las Olas has a clear path to health that will put you on the road to peace and keep you there, so that you may rewrite your story daily, as in my book: “Your New Story, Your New Life.”
When Healing Flows like Living Water through your being, you’ll notice you feel led and connected, sleep better, your mind stays affixed on positive things, and you’ll even want to cook better, healthier food to protect your body.Are you looking for help with anxiety or are you bored at home.
Try this yoga practice below on YouTube I made just for this purpose or give me a call for a 10 minute consultation. I’d love to work through your stress at this time with you.
The process is so simple, it doesn’t make sense that it could result in such a vast change in mind. You could do some seated yoga. I actually made 3 different yoga videos on YouTube you could go to now and enjoy how great you’ll feel if you spend just a little time getting your body free of stress. But, I can’t do it for you. This article about it can make you do it. You must be a self-started at home, as well as work. Set your mind to a clear schedule of things to do. This would be a brilliant time to learn a new language or clean out the closets.
DON’T FORGET ABOUT PEACE OF MIND
We give away our peace of mind every time we react emotionally to inevitable change. Peace is yours to keep, not give away. So, if you are not experiencing peace, it’s up to you to share why you are anxious with yourself by carrying on a self dialogue. Yes, that’s right. Question yourself. Work it out together with all the parts of your mind (the good, bad, and the ugly). These are the times when we will be closest to our loved ones and also have a great deal of alone time. Use it to your spiritual and physical advantage.
Some friendly reminders about Peace:
We just have to stop believing them!” (Change your unhealthy thought process to a positive connection with Hypnotherapy.)
The Physiology of Hypnotherapy:
By going into a subconscious, light sleep or trance, a hypnotists helps find the pathways connecting your outside stimulus to your negative thoughts (food, smoking, anxiety). The work begins in the frontal cortex of your brain!
Disconnect the root cause (stress, relationship problems, no quality ME time) at the foot of the pathway (the place where our response to triggers happens) and build a healthy, new pathway to positive outcomes in your life—a new story for tomorrow.
Email me at [email protected] or call/text at: 954-253-6493 now!
I’d love to help you find peace, regain control over your life, and build a bridge to a positive future.
Boarderline Personality Disorder and Hypnosis, by Bo Sebastian, Hypnosis on Las Olas, owner for 32 years.
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