Mapping the Edges and the in-Between: A Critical Analysis of Borderline Personality Disorder

Oxford University Press (2009)

Abstract

Borderline Personality Disorder is a diagnosis given to a significant number of people in the Western world. Yet many of the core concepts and symptoms that underlye this diagnosis are questionable. This book presents a compelling analysis of BPD, arguing that it needs to be approached in a new light- one that will benefit patients.

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