• Borderline Personality Disorder & Dialectical Behavior Therapy Workbook

  • A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Taking Control of BPD with Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • By: Elaine Hatfield
  • Narrated by: Richard Fannin
  • Length: 6 hrs and 42 mins
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Borderline Personality Disorder & Dialectical Behavior Therapy Workbook

By: Elaine Hatfield
Narrated by: Richard Fannin
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Publisher's Summary

This is what may be sabotaging all your relationships! Read on to learn more...

Do you dream of a stable, loving relationship but your mood swings and clinginess push people away? Does your life feel like an uncontrollable emotional roller coaster? Do you feel that your self-image often changes in a way that you don’t fully understand?

If you’ve answered at least one of these questions with “yes”, then read on. You’ll find help here!

Your symptoms look like BPD or borderline personality disorder. BPD makes it hard for you to control your emotions and build long-term relationships, and it can cause you and your loved ones a lot of pain. BPD won’t go away by itself, so if you want to enjoy the happy and fulfilling life that you deserve, you need treatment.

Fortunately, you don’t have to dish out your hard-earned money for medications and years of therapy sessions. Modern therapeutic techniques are designed to bring quick effects, and many of them can be done in a DIY setting.

This bundle of two books will help you understand your mental health and discover quick and effective treatments, with a special focus on a therapy called dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT).

Here’s what you’ll learn from this audiobook:

  • Things you can do about your borderline personality disorder
  • Natural treatment options, such as herbs and supplements
  • Actionable coping strategies to get your BPD under control, instantly
  • Ways how DBT can empower you and give you the tools to manage BPD
  • Scientifically proven techniques to improve your emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and more

This book is also useful if you suspect that your loved one has BPD. By going through it together, you’ll eliminate the disorder that keeps undermining your happiness. The audiobook offers clear, step-by-step guidance on treatment techniques that provide immediate results, so your life will start improving in a matter of days!

Start treating your BPD now and make tomorrow a happier day. Scroll up and click on the "buy now" button.

©2020 Elaine Hatfield (P)2020 Elaine Hatfield

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This Is a Work Book?

Maybe the physical version is different than the audio version. Basically this gave a run down of BPD history, signs/symptoms, causes, "facts", diagnosis, described different therapies and medications, etc. I found NOTHING at all about working through my BPD or how to live with it more successfully. At one point there was even some sort of quote about how those with BPD feel - wtf? No one asked me how I feel lol how is this author speaking on behalf of all those who have BPD?

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Useful content but awful narration

The narrator struggles to pronounce basic words and read sentences correctly. This is very distracting.

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  • 03-17-21

Someone is at fault.

A great place to start. But it personally bugs the crap out of me that she says "no one is at fault". Like yes, your support system broke you. That's who's at fault.

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much needed information for those suffering

this is an excellent work for anybody that suffers from anxiety generalized depression and BPD.
I will be listening to this book several times and hopefully will implement the many courses of action into my life to make it more manageable. I highly recommend this book.

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dissapointing

this is an audiobook that gives you a general sense and ynderstanding of bpd andproblems that occur. however, there is no actual treatment plan, only explanations and the history and such. also the book implies that depression should be medicated, and that's it. people need to the root of our problems to treat symptones as depression, not simply masking it drugs.

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Empty and uninformative. Awful narration.

The content was largely uninformative. Flips between being for those suffering, to blaming them and how others around BPD sufferers can deal with them. (essentially by distance and some minor understanding). Lots of 10 ways to avoid 'x' which sound repetitive and not memorable. But worst, narrator is awful. Truly awful. He slurs words, runs through punctuation and you end up losing the narrative in his exclamation. How does a self help book get narrated by a seeming NFL commentator?