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Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it: A Checklist
     

Borderline Personality Disorder How to Spot it: A Checklist

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by Joe Navarro
 

Based on former FBI SA Joe Navarro’s experience as a criminal profiler and behavior specialist, this short guide provides the average person the tools necessary for identifying and assessing individuals who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder.

This practical guide and checklist includes the 100 behaviors that are closely associated with this

Overview

Based on former FBI SA Joe Navarro’s experience as a criminal profiler and behavior specialist, this short guide provides the average person the tools necessary for identifying and assessing individuals who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder.

This practical guide and checklist includes the 100 behaviors that are closely associated with this prevalent disorder. Easy to read/understand.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044329881
Publisher:
Joe Navarro
Publication date:
02/19/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
267,943
File size:
498 KB

Meet the Author

For 25 years, Joe Navarro worked as an FBI special agent in the area of counterintelligence and behavioral assessment. Since retiring in 2003, he has become one of the world’s leading experts on nonverbal communication and today travels internationally to share his unique knowledge of human behavior through business lectures and consulting with major corporations and financial institutions. For the past three years, he has also spoken at the Harvard Business School.Joe has appeared on major U.S. and International media outlets including CNN and CNN International, Fox News, CBS, NBC, NPR Radio, The Times (UK), and The Guardian (UK), on topics as varied as interviewing, terrorism, and body language.Experts have described Joe as “a world-class observer” (Jack Canfield) and “a master of reading nonverbals” (David Givens, Ph.D). His most recent publication, Louder than Words, written specifically for the business world and the basis of his presentations to corporations and the Harvard Business School, received high acclaim from The Wall Street Journal’s FINS Digital Network as “One of the six best business books to read for your career in 2010.”Joe is also the author of the best-selling body language book, What Every Body is Saying which was published in 2008, Read 'Em and Reap, Advanced Interviewing Techniques, and Hunting Terrorists.

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Anonymous 5 months ago
This author, supposedly a "profiler", seems to be woefully lacking in knowledge of this disorder--which makes you wonder just what his qualifications are. Yes, people with BPD can be very difficult to live with, and having this disorder is not a blanket excuse for abusing those around them. But the author seems to believe that borderlines traipse merrily through life, leaving ruin in their wake, with not a single qualm of conscience--apparently utterly unaffected and unconcerned with the damage they have caused. In short: their victims suffer severely, while borderlines suffer not at all. No wonder even many therapists refuse to treat anyone they "suspect" of having BPD! Who would want to "help" such a monster? But our profiler misses something: the fact that borderlines themselves suffer intensely, are bewildered by their own actions, and loathe themselves for damaging those closest to them. No one would ever choose to have BPD; most of those who have it consider it a curse but still blame themselves for their out-of-control emotions and behaviors. This "expert" needs to start over. A good beginning would be in listening not ONLY to those hurt by the borderlines in their lives, but also to borderlines themselves and to the therapists who treat them--some with great success. But apparently that is asking more than some people are willing to do, which is very sad.