Learn and practice how to identify possible personality disorders and how to deal with them in love relationships. We often can’t distinguish between natural emotional reactions that we all experience from time to time in our love relationships when old wounds are triggered and that can be addressed through shadow or therapeutic work, and more serious personality disorders and other pathologies that are marked by patterns of ongoing instability in moods, behavior, self-image, and functioning that result in impulsive actions and unstable relationships. Unfortunately, the latter tend to be fixed and are often defended as “normal” and appropriate by the afflicted individuals, even though they have affected their day-to-day life and especially their love relationships in negative and often devastating ways for many years. Learn how to identify the most common personality disorders, the pattern of “22 Stages of Decline” that relationships between empaths and integral people who are in love with afflicted partners usually go through, how to avoid falling in love with people who have personality disorders, and how to support them in their healing process through showing compassion while maintaining healthy boundaries.

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