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Unmask the borderline and histrionic person in your life! Does your partner (friend, family member or coworker) have difficulty controlling their emotions? Are they harmfully impulsive? Do you feel like your conversations, fights and arguments go around in circles and seem to get twisted in your partners head? Do you notice that they seem to have a problem with everyone? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then this book is for you! Does the person you know have to be the center of attention? Are they provocative and do things to draw attention to their appearance? Do they get involved quickly and think relationships are more intimate than they really are? Are they excessively impressionistic and highly suggestible? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you may be dealing with someone that has a personality disorder. If you feel like the person in your life is extremely difficult to deal with and you are at your wits end, download this book now! Don't stay dazed and confused any longer!

©2014 Jeffery Dawson (P)2016 Jeffery Dawson

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Helpful for non-BP

This book provides practical and helpful information for the those who have or had a loved one with BP. It helped elucidate some of the counterintuitive issues, such as commenting on a BP's progress can actually lead to more irrational abandonment fears. Compared against so many other audiobooks on the subject, I found myself taking more notes and waking away with actionable knowledge.

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Highly recommendable

Would you consider the audio edition of Personality Disorders to be better than the print version?

An informative book that explains, without patronizing, the traits of this particular condition. This text was instrumental in gaining my understanding of it. Would recommend for anyone who is suffering from, or knows someone who is suffering from a personality disorder.<br/>

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We have to cope with people and their personality

If you could sum up Personality Disorders in three words, what would they be?

Good book that explains the different personality types and the diseases underneath each personality. I love reading/listening books like this because it makes you understand more about those who are suffering from the disease. Knowing more about what's happening to them helps me relate to them more and appropriately react and reach out to them.<br/>

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Learned a lot

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is a very informative book about Personality Disorders and the different facets as they develop as well as how families influence and contribute to various personality disorders . The author does a very thorough job of describing different personality disorders and the roots and causes of them. I very much enjoyed listening the book and highly recommend it.<br/>

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Very interesting!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I was initially quite curious about the title of this book, which is why I bought it. From the content of the book, I realize that the book provides great insights into the personality disorders, which allow understanding into the minds of sociopaths. Very interesting!