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Here are a couple of great articles from the “Anything To Stop The Pain” site:
I really enjoyed this book. I think the author has a very good understanding of BPD for someone without the disorder. He included lots of examples of things such as Validation and how important it is to people with BPD. It was written with lots of compassion for sufferers. It tells you how to relate to people with the disorder in ways that will enhance your relationship. I would definitely recommend this book to loved ones of Borderline Personality Disorder sufferers.
I have read “Stop Walking On Eggshells” but have not read “When Hope Is Not Enough” by Bon Dobbs yet. I will in the near future. I like what I’ve read in this review already. It seems much more positive than SWOE. Have you read either book? I don’t recommend SWOE. I will let you know what I think of WHINE as soon as I read it. I wish I could read several books at the same time, and was a speed-reader. There are so many books I would like to read about BPD out there. What do you think of the above-mentioned books? Are there any that you have found helpful? Please comment below.