Book Review: Sometimes I Act Crazy - Living with Borderline Personality Disordercategories: Books, Health, Mind & Body, Psychology & Counseling, Personality, Borderline Personality
Authors: Jerold J. Kreisman, Hal Straus
Brand: Kreisman, Jerold J., M.D./ Straus, Hal
Informative and a Guide to Life with Borderline Personality DisorderI am reading this book currently and also bought "I Hate You - Don't Leave Me" and read it. This book seems to give more hope to borderlines but it also seems quite redundant in that it is much like the previous book they wrote. I wish my friends and family would read this book to better understand how to communicate with me without becoming very frustrated with me.
Although this book helps individuals understand the mind of a borderline, I hope that we borderlines don't try to use what we've learned as a sort of excuse. I know for me, I have thought many times that it's just not my fault at all for the way I act... but although much of a borderline's issues derive from imbalanced brain chemicals and childhood dismay, we still know right from wrong. Use this as a growth mechanism as I hope to do myself.
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