This book was advised to me by my therapist in Lafayette, Louisiana when we were trying to figure out what’s going on with my brain. She touched on the possibilities of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). I was having a pre-menopause sort of day when she said that. I got the book. Read it. Then tossed the idea aside. If you know someone with extreme mood swings, this is a good book to read. It appears in Book 11.
As a conclusion, I don’t have BPD. If you have PTSD, it could be mistaken for BPD. If you live with a narcissist, you could have some of the traits and this could be mistaken for BPD. These traits will leave you once you leave the relationship or they seek counseling.
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About: (Borrowed from Amazon.) Do you feel manipulated, controlled, or lied to? Are you the focus of intense, violent, and irrational rages? Do you feel you are walking on eggshells to avoid the next confrontation? If the answer is yes, someone you care about may have borderline personality disorder (BPD). Stop Walking on Eggshells has already helped nearly half a million people with friends and family members suffering from BPD understand this destructive disorder, set boundaries, and help their loved ones stop relying on dangerous BPD behaviors. This fully revised edition has been updated with the very latest BPD research and includes coping and communication skills you can use to stabilize your relationship with the BPD sufferer in your life. This compassionate guide will enable you to: Make sense out of the chaos; Stand up for yourself and assert your needs; Defuse arguments and conflicts; Protect yourself and others from violent behavior.