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Re: GOOD reading for borderline type disorder floatingbridge

Posted by obsidian on January 23, 2011, at 17:01:42

In reply to Re: GOOD reading for borderline type disorder sigismund, posted by floatingbridge on January 23, 2011, at 16:36:32

> I wanted to thank everyone for responding and for the reading suggested. And mention that if I didn't care for something (like how I mentioned being triggered by Waking the Tiger), my comments were not criticism--I still appreciated the suggestion.
> Out of all the books mentioned, I've read Herman's almost cover to cover. It is very good; however, everyone in it were victims of catastrophic events or such physical violence and abuse, again, I felt ashamed that I fit the description. My unendurables are very mild in comparison. I guess, however, they were enough for me.
> fb

I wouldn't minimize it fb. Your pain is your own, not to be measured against another's.
I found "trapped in the mirror" (it's about adult children of narcissists) an interesting read
that's not specifically about borderline PD though. I don't know if you'd relate to it or not, but I figured I mention it.
I suppose it's about "relational trauma" as some call it.




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