• Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Take Your Life Back from BPD and Help the One You Love. Control Your Emotions and Manage Depression, Anger, Panic Attacks, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder and Adult ADHD
  • By: Alanna Jensen
  • Narrated by: Stephen Justice
  • Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
  • 3.1 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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By: Alanna Jensen
Narrated by: Stephen Justice
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Publisher's Summary

Learn how to deal with borderline personality disorder, reduce the symptoms, and control your emotions! 

Are you suffering from borderline personality disorder (BPD) and searching for a constructive way to deal with it? 

Has someone in your family started showing symptoms of BPD, and you don’t know what to do? 

Are you looking for techniques and exercises to help you control your feelings and reduce the BPD symptoms?

If you recognize yourself in any of these scenarios, then keep listening because this audiobook is exactly right for you.  

Borderline personality disorder is a serious mental health problem, one that can shape and determine the course of your life, regardless of your own hopes and desires. Fighting BPD is hard, especially if you’re not aware of it and don't seek help in time. But BPD doesn’t fall hard only for those suffering from it. Family members, especially parents of young children and adolescents, are also struggling in dealing with the patient and trying to help. 

BPD is, luckily, curable. There are medications you can take, but they’ll only get you so far. Psychotherapy is a huge part of healing BPD, and this audiobook presents professional therapy advice and strategies. You can implement these in your daily routine, to help deal with BPD and even cure some symptoms completely and permanently! 
 

 Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to recognize symptoms and early signs of BPD, to seek help in time 
  • The differences between BPD, bipolar disorder, and ADHD
  • How can being social help you deal with BPD 
  • Techniques for controlling rage and emotional outbursts
  • Advice for those living with someone with BPD and how to deal with various symptoms 
  • How to control your emotions and develop your emotional intelligence
  • Strategies for dealing with depression and negative thoughts 
  • Techniques for training your brain to think positively
  • And so much more... 

BPD is a serious issue, one that absolutely demands you see a professional. But there are also things you can do at home to help and heal yourself, and this audiobook presents those if full detail. 

If you’re interested to find out how to deal with BPD and reduce or eliminate some of its symptoms, scroll up, buy now and get your copy!

©2020 Alanna Jensen (P)2020 Alanna Jensen

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Unintelligible at times

I'm not sure if English is the author's primary language, but the audiobook is difficult to understand at times. I think the narrator did the best he could with the material, but I found it unlistenable.

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ugh

this audiobook sounds like someone is reading a power point. total waste of time. there are better books

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Too Bias

As somebody with BPD, I feel that this book tries to paint people with my condition as monsters. It's very bias when it comes to describing the disorder. There are some people like me who are getting better with therapy and WANT to get better. This book DEFINITELY doesn't help when it comes to knowing about the illness due to the very negative descriptions.

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Couldn’t follow

The reader was emphasizing in places that confused me. I couldn’t get through this so not really sure about the content

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no actual organization

this book jumps from one thing to another without explanation or guidance. it was impossible to follow.

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  • Caroline Hall
  • 11-08-20

everything now makes sense

I was diagnosed with bpd years ago. but not really told much about it. I was told labels are not important. and to a certain degree I believe this to be true. but! In certain cases it can be important to the treatment of a person. and this book could of been written about me. my biography. its a must read for those who have recently been diagnosed. I wish I was given this at the time.

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  • Rebecca
  • 06-16-20

Wouldn't recommend for a BPD sufferer

As a person with BPD I didn't find some of the language in this very compassionate. There is a large stigma surrounding BPD and sufferers can feel alienated by certain types of language. I found the fact it was referred to as a 'Disease' very uncomfortable and thought a lot of the language was fear provoking for people who experience BPD.

Also the narration was grating and added to the non-compassionate tone of the writing.

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  • Rachel
  • 10-14-21

Torturous

The content of the text jumped around horribly. It often seemed to make no sense and was overly clinical where the book wasn't sold as a textbook. I want my money back! If you're clicking on this title it's clear that you or someone you care for is connected in some way to BPD. Run, don't walk, away from this book.