Faultfinders: The Impact of Borderline Personality Disorder

Faultfinders: The Impact of Borderline Personality Disorder

by Mark Osterloh

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Overview

Faultfinders: The Impact of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) describes the most devastating and least understood mental illness, affecting six percent of the population. Anger and relationship problems due to chronically finding faults in others are its most distinguishing features. Dr. Osterloh suggests Donald Trump may suffer from BPD in addition to his narcissistic and antisocial tendencies. Using over twenty compelling examples of famous actors, musicians, sports stars, leaders of countries, infamous criminals, and ordinary people, Dr. Osterloh makes the disease understandable. The lives of Adolf Hitler, Mao Zedong, Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana, and others are used to illustrate BPD symptoms: extreme faultfinding, reckless impulsivity, moodiness, anger, self-mutilation, suicide, identity disturbance, boredom, abandonment fears, and paranoia. Common problems include inability to get along with others, eating disorders, substance abuse, and depression. Readers will be better prepared to identify, deal with, and help those they know who might have the disorder.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780986150944
Publisher: Mark Osterloh
Publication date: 03/28/2018
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Mark Osterloh is a licensed physician, attorney, and pharmacist.
Dr. Osterloh is passionate about helping people secure needed medical care. He was author and chairman of the Healthy Arizona
Initiative that expanded healthcare access to over 300,000 people at or below the federal poverty level and secured funding using tobacco company lawsuit settlement proceeds. He was lead author of Arizona's Clean Elections campaign finance reform law and a co-author of that state's law establishing an independent redistricting commission.
For over ten years Dr. Osterloh has studied the effects of
Borderline Personality Disorder to find a way to engage the public in recognizing and understanding this devastating mental illness.
Renaming this condition Faultfinding Personality Disorder would be a monumental first step.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 Faultfinders

Chapter 2 Negative Attitude

Chapter 3 Emptiness

Chapter 4 Destructive Impulsivity and Chaotic Sexuality

Chapter 5 Emotionally Unstable

Chapter 6 Anger

Chapter 7 Suicide, Cutting, and Depression

Chapter 8 Anxiousness

Chapter 9 Brain Centers

Chapter 10 Lack of Identity (Actors)

Chapter 11 Abandonment Fears

Chapter 12 Difficulty Making Decisions and Self-Sabotage

Chapter 13 Unreality Episodes

Chapter 14 The Catcher in the Rye

Chapter 15 Mom

Chapter 16 Friends, Dating, and Movies

Chapter 17 Marriage and Divorce

Chapter 18 Donald Trump ?

Chapter 19 Therapy

Appendix

Definitions

Resources

References

Index

Endnotes

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