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Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it: A Checklist

Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it: A Checklist

Автор Joe Navarro

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Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it: A Checklist

Автор Joe Navarro

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2.5/5 (42 оценки)
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19 февр. 2013 г.
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9781301790784
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Based on former FBI Special Agent Joe Navarro’s experience as a criminal profiler and behavior specialist, "Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it - A Checklist", provides the average person the tools necessary for identifying and assessing individuals who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder.

This short practical guide and checklist includes the 100 behaviors that are closely associated with this prevalent disorder. It is easy to use and intended for the average layperson: you truly don't have to be a psychiatrist to use this.

This short booklet will give you insight into this disorder by examining behaviors that may not be recognizable to you at first but have proven over time to be part of the Borderline Personality Disorder. Practical, fast, easy to read and simple to understand, this guide sheds light on a disorder that afflicts many with serious consequences for the rest of us.

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FBI Special Agent (Ret.) JOE NAVARRO worked for the Bureau in counterintelligence and counterterrorism. He is now a lecturer and consultant for major companies worldwide. He is the author of What Every BODY is Saying, and has appeared on Hardball with Chris Matthews, the Today Show, the CBS Early Show, CNN, Fox News, and other major media. He lives in Tampa, Florida.


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HOW TO SPOT IT – A CHECKLIST

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BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER: HOW TO SPOT IT – A CHECKLIST

BY JOE NAVARRO M.A.

When it comes to personality disorders, there is perhaps none more difficult to diagnose than the Borderline Personality Disorder* (hereinafter, BPD). This disorder is often talked about and written about, but it is rather poorly understood, even by professionals. The reason is that those with BPD fluctuate from being nice one minute to suddenly being nasty the next. That emotional instability of nastiness, as you will see, takes its toll on those around them and eventually on themselves. And while those with the BPD disorder may not always do things that would get them arrested, they do make life for those around them irritating at best; miserable, even toxic at worst.

Those with BPD are known for their unstable moods and mercurial outbursts. A child growing up in a home with a mother who has BPD rises to check and see everyday what the mood and temperament is before a word is spoken. They know how unstable these individuals really are

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  • (1/5)

    2 people found this helpful

    horrible. very obviously not written by someone with bpd. extremely stigmatized and demonized.

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    3 people found this helpful

    Extremely subjective and full of disdain towards those with BPD. This is a poorly researched book and I do not recommend this book to anyone trying to actually learn about BPD.

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    4 people found this helpful

    As a person with BPD, trying to understand better, this book is demeaning, it paints a horrible picture of a very real, very difficult thing to live with. If it was possible to give negative stars, I would.

    4 people found this helpful

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    7 people found this helpful

    Was hoping to find some actual information of bpd. Instead found the most stigmatization.

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    2 people found this helpful

    Abysmal. Reads more like a scorned lover, I was looking for information, and he is good at listing why people with BPD are terrible, but doesn’t go into detail that enables anyone to truly understand why the person is this way. Again I say, abysmal. The only saving grace was the short length.

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    4 people found this helpful

    I don’t know who makes a book like this.....makes people with BPD seem like horrible people. Disgusted by the way this book is written

    4 people found this helpful

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    4 people found this helpful

    Atrocious. More opinion in this book than there is fact. Sounds like an scorned ex lover blaming the other party rather than an educational or even helpful book. All the author does through the entire book is shame those with BPD. this never should have been published.

    4 people found this helpful

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    3 people found this helpful

    y'all got anymore of them ableist short-sighted generalizations???? undoubtedly

    3 people found this helpful

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    2 people found this helpful

    Terrible grammar but even more terrible due to the very harsh words. Like another user said, it reads like a scorned ex lover.

    2 people found this helpful

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    6 people found this helpful

    This book is mostly an opinion piece. Not to mentioned copied and paste of the exact material as his other book "How to spot a histrionic personality", except change the word "Histrionic" to "BPD". Literally, word for word. I agree with some aspect of the book that it's important to recognize people with personality disorders in order to protect yourself, as well as to ensure they get the appropriate help if you care to help them. But all he does is demonizes people with BPD. Any author that copies and paste exact same material from one book to another lose his credibility and make me wonder if he's just writing these books to make money more than to help people to understand personality disorders.

    6 people found this helpful

  • (1/5)

    10 people found this helpful

    Well, I actually suffer from the disorder- which is now considered highly treatable. I find most of his claims exaggerated and baseless. Oops, or is that just my pathological need to criticize and disparage anyone who criticizes me?
    No, seriously, he doesn't get it. For example, we don't self-harm primarily for attention, as he claims. We do it because it is the fastest and most reliable way to calm down (people with our "personality disorder" can be highly reactive).
    Skip this one- the author seems to be describing a strange amalgam of narcissism, antisocial personality disorder, and some other things.
    A notable takeaway is the attractive model featured on the cover. Why is this still considered a female disorder? Why, in recent research, were men presenting with borderline personality disorder typically diagnosed with either PTSD or antisocial personality disorder? And what qualifies this guy to present opinions not backed up by any medical credentials? He'll be hunting witches next!

    10 people found this helpful

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    8 people found this helpful

    I have bpd and am a devoted loving mother of 4 children, I found the description of borderline mothers in this book to be a huge sweeping generalisation that not only fails to offer an insight to the authors pitifully narrow mind but also insults all those bpd sufferers out there who are (mostly, certainly in my case) eaten up with guilt and self loathing for having a mental illness that we cannot help. Bpd isn't an excuse to behave in certain ways, but believe me it's hell feeling like this day in day out. all children suffer at the hands of bad parenting somwhere along the lint and I am well aware I'm not perfect, but they are

    8 people found this helpful

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    3 people found this helpful

    It was very informative and accurate, but it did seem to place a negative stigma on bpd.

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  • (4/5)
    Short and sweet (if ever a book on BPD could be called sweet).
  • (5/5)
    Nice overview of the symptoms of BPD and examples of what it's like to live with, work work, and or parented by some one with it. Check list was very interesting and if accurate shows why some people are very hard to get along with!