Surviving a Borderline Parent

By Kimberlee Roth
Although nobody in my family has a BPD diagnosis, this book was recommended to me as a way to look at some of the dysfunction I grew up with. I found it incredibly useful — in large part because it is aimed at both adult children of folks diagnosed with BPD and adult children of folks with BPD-like symptoms. It’s given me a lot of food for thought. I borrowed it from a friend and am thinking I may buy a copy so I can reread it after I’ve digested the contents a bit and work through the exercises more thoroughly.
(Book 1 in 2008)

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