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Dissapointed in 'Sometimes I act Crazy' as someone with BPD
on 8 September 2006
The book is very well set out with a chapter for each symptom of BPD and I could relate to the problems in every chapter. But, each chapter is just one case story, and there is not much described of the ranges and details of BPD in general that might apply to various readers. I also felt even lonelier than before after I'd read it - For me personally I would have liked Dr. Kreisman to use at least one patient who had never had an intimate relationship before, like me, and explain that. But every character was practically a nympho. and they were all in work too.
There is also a help section at the end of each chapter - doctor's jargon mumbo-jumbo for professionals and help for carers, but hardly any advice for sufferers. Dissapointing.