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Table Of Contents

ChapTer one
1.1 BaCKgrounD
1.2 inTroDuCTion
1.3 DefiniTion of TerMs
1.4 eThiCal ConsiDeraTions
ChapTer Two
2.1 DefiniTion of personaliTY
2.2 DefiniTion of personaliTY DisorDer
2.3 ClassifiCaTion of personaliTY DisorDers
2.4 prevalenCe of personaliTY DisorDers
2.5 Diagnosis of BorDerline personaliTY DisorDer
2.7 DefiniTion of BorDerline personaliTY DisorDer
2.8 self-inJurY anD suiCiDaliTY
2.9.1 psychological factors
2.9.2 Biological factors
2.9.3 social factors
ChapTer Three
3.1 inTroDuCTion
3.2 QualiTaTive researCh
3.3 The grounDeD TheorY MeThoD
3.4 DaTa ColleCTion
3.4.1 selection and characteristics of participants
3.4.2 research interviews
3.5 DaTa analYsis: DaTa CoDing proCeDures
3.6 wriTing up The finDings
ChapTer four
4.1 sTage one of Being vulneraBle
4.2 overview of stage one of being vulnerable
4.3 living in a dangerous world
4.3. 1 Consequences of “living in a dangerous world”
4.4 Being damaged
4.4.1. Damaged by being isolated:
4.4.2 Damaged by loss of mother
4.5 neglect and Maltreatment
4.5.1 Consequences of neglect and maltreatment
4.6 sexual abuse
4.6.1 Consequences of sexual abuse:
4.7 physical abuse
4.7.1 Consequences of physical abuse
4.8 loss of self
4.8.1 Consequences of loss of self
ChapTer five
5.2 feeling alienated
5.2.1 Consequences of feeling alienated
5.3 Communication difficulties
5.3.1 Consequences of communication difficulties
5.4 fear of abandonment
5.4.1 Consequences of fear of abandonment
ChapTer six
6. 1 an overview of sTriving for auTonoMY
6.2 sTage one: learning To survive
6.2.1 introduction
6.3 reacting to being damaged
6.3.1 adaptive behaviours
6.4 self-harming behaviour
6.4.1 Drug use
6.4.2 alcohol use
6.4.3 physical abuse
6.4.4 attention seeking
6.5 ambivalence about living
6.6 seeking safety
6.6.1 hospital care—positive: contributing to seeking safety
6.6.2 hospital care—negative: contributing to increased vulnerability
6.7 summary
ChapTer seven
7.1 sTage Two: finDing answers
7.2 Turning point
7.2.1 positive response to diagnosis
7.2.2 negative response to diagnosis
7.2.2.1 injustice
7.5 family influence: negative
ChapTer eighT
8.1 sTage Three: TaKing More ConTrol
8.2 Moving forward
8.2.1 ways of taking control
8.3 engaging in practical measures
8.4 acquiring new skills
8.5 suMMarY
ChapTer nine
9.1.1 Medication-negative effect
9.1.2 Medication-positive effect
9.1.3 Compounding symptoms
9.2.1 internal conflicts
9.2.2. external conflicts
9.2.2.1 intolerance and ignorance from others
9.2.2.2 stigma
9.3 level of supporT
9.3.1 formal support
9.3.1.1 positive formal support
ChapTer Ten
10.1.1 Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
10.1.2 erik erikson’s eight stages of development
10.1.3 attachment Theory
10.7 summary of the discussion
ChapTer eleven
11.1 iMpliCaTions of The finDings
11.4 ConCluDing sTaTeMenT
referenCes
appenDiCes
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STRUGGLING STRIVING SURVIVING

STRUGGLING STRIVING SURVIVING

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This book is dedicated to all those people who struggle with childhood abuse and betrayal and who continue to strive for autonomy. The book was written for health professionals, people diagnosed with a borderline personality disorder and for anyone who lives with or cares for someone with borderline personality disorder. It was written to enlighten health professionals and the general public to the “lived” experience of borderline personality disorder. It is a reminder of the incredible strength and persistence people can muster in their struggle to survive. It was also written to emphasise the need for greater empathy and sensitivity for people who have survived childhood abuse and betrayal.
This book is dedicated to all those people who struggle with childhood abuse and betrayal and who continue to strive for autonomy. The book was written for health professionals, people diagnosed with a borderline personality disorder and for anyone who lives with or cares for someone with borderline personality disorder. It was written to enlighten health professionals and the general public to the “lived” experience of borderline personality disorder. It is a reminder of the incredible strength and persistence people can muster in their struggle to survive. It was also written to emphasise the need for greater empathy and sensitivity for people who have survived childhood abuse and betrayal.

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