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A Peek Inside The Goo
     

A Peek Inside The Goo

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by Njemile Zakiya
 
A Peek Inside the Goo: Depression & The Borderline Personality is a jarring inside look at the prolonged effects of chronic depression; one of the many symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder. Written by writer, activist, and sufferer, Njemile Zakiya, this booklet briefly chronicles her fifteen year battle with depression, offering key insight to how life

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A Peek Inside the Goo: Depression & The Borderline Personality is a jarring inside look at the prolonged effects of chronic depression; one of the many symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder. Written by writer, activist, and sufferer, Njemile Zakiya, this booklet briefly chronicles her fifteen year battle with depression, offering key insight to how life events are processed by those suffering from this debilitating condition. This 70 page book is perfect for friends, family and doctors offices of all kinds. It is truly a peek, a mere powerful glimpse of the daily and yearly suffering of those suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder. *It is important to understand BPD as a whole as chronic depression is only one aspect of this disorder. **Book Includes Introduction covering in-depth clinical explanation of Borderline Personality Disorder written by Publisher, Tressa Sanders

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ISBN-13:
9780975277249
Publisher:
Asabi Publishing
Publication date:
01/20/2006
Pages:
72
Product dimensions:
0.17(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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A Peek Inside The Goo 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was a tremendous disappointment and definitely not worth the $15.00 price tag. The cover of the book says 'depression and the borderline personality', but it barely touches on BPD. The information about depression, suffering from depression, and/or being close to someone who suffers from depression, while on the mark, does little to enhance ones kowledge of the subject and how to offer help. Re-reading the back cover after finishing the book I feel I was deceived by the information it said would be covered and that which was actually covered.