New article published “Borderline Personality Disorder and Compassion”.
I thought I had compassion for those suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. It is either I do not know the real meaning of compassion and what it requires or I have some other reasons for my distaste for what BPD can do to children.
Personal assaults from Borderline sufferers are immaterial when we look at their disorder from the viewpoint of compassion. The question is how far does our compassion extends? Must it be infinite? Must it be within boundaries? Who calls the shots for the constraints in these boundaries.
I am recommending a movie called “Mother Teresa” starring Olivia Hussey. Mother Teresa is equal to COMPASSION. If you have trouble understanding what compassion really entails, this is the movie to watch. It is from this movie, that my idea of compassion changed towards Borderline Personality Disorder sufferers.
I do not hate Borderlines. I want to bring to the open what BPD can do to their children. Just as we should have compassion for the sufferers of BPD, we must also have compassion for those traumatized by this disorder. Who takes precedence in giving out our compassion, the at-risk child or the BPD mother?
Find out in my new article published yesterday entitled “Borderline Personality Disorder and Compassion”.
You might like to check out my other articles and the comments I received from readers. Which side are you on?