by Paul Mason, M.S., C.P.C. and Randi Kreger New Harbinger, 1998 Review by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on Apr 11th 1998
This complete book, inspired by their original self-published booklet, expands
on the topics of coping and living with Borderline Personality Disorder.
It includes common questions and answers about Borderline
Personality Disorder, ten steps the authors suggest will help a person learn to live and
accept someone who suffers from this disorder, and other essential information about
how to choose a therapist, book resources, etc. It was compiled by the authors with
consultation with experts and therapists in the field who have experience with treatment
and coping with Borderline Personality Disorder. It is generally well-organized and will
answer most people's questions about this disorder and its treatment. It is an indespensible book for people who live with someone or love someone who suffers from this disorder.
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