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Winter 2019 PGC Master Catalogue

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The Big Book on Borderline Personality Disorder
By (author): Shehrina Rooney
9781936268610 Paperback, Trade English General Trade PSYCHOLOGY / Psychopathology / Personality Disorders Jan 25, 2019
$26.95 CAD
Active 6 x 9 x 0.82 in 389 pages High Conflict Institute Press Unhooked Books

Contrary to popular belief, borderline personality disorder is NOT a life sentence!

If you live with borderline personality disorder (BPD), you already know how painful it can be. But take heart – recovery is possible!The Big Book on Borderline Personality Disorder offers advice from someone who’s been there and speaks from inside BPD, with empathy, care and insight.

Author Shehrina Rooney shrugs off the stigma, busts myths, and translates the diagnostic criteria into everyday language. She explains the brain science of emotion dysregulation and shares her favorite strategies and skills for weathering the storm.

The Big Book on Borderline Personality Disorder includes special chapters for family and loved ones, men with BPD, and anyone newly diagnosed. The author gives readers strategies for coping with BPD in the workplace and as a parent. In short, this book covers everything you (or your parents or therapist) could possibly want to know about BPD.

This book gives you the information and tools to reclaim your life. With warmth and humor, Shehrina Rooney shows you how you can find contentment, stability, and the freedom to enjoy each day as it comes.

Shehrina Rooney founded the YouTube channel Recovery Mum, with more than 10,000 subscribers, in 2015 and co-founded The BPDTribe.com website in 2017. She was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) at age 21, after struggling for more than half her life with fear of abandonment, self-hatred, anger, and eventually addiction. Although dialectical behavior therapy helped, her dark years" continued into motherhood and through a divorce. Attending 12-step meetings, she realizedpeer support could work for BPD, too. Today, she dedicates her life to encouraging others who face the same struggles. She is grateful to have the skills to calm her emotions and be a wonderful mum."

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