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My name is Tracy, I have Borderline Clients.Iand I hate alot.I git mad alot.yes I go to DBT class. Thay help a litte.I had a herd time spelling and reading too.

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Thanks for the recommended reading. I recently found a great book for clients with BPD, "Lost in the Mirror, by Richard Moskovitz. As a clinician I enjoyed this beautifully written book that explores BPD with compassion and a depth of understanding rarely seen. My clients find it empathic and illuminating.

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After 30plus years as a "carer"{uk term}I find the most helpful work-after Freud-is Masud Khan's "Privacy of the Self"No doubt Khan was awful as a person but his clinical insights are marvellous-every essay in this book-hugely backgrounded -but not just a synthesist-a truly original thinker at the level of his mentor,Winnicott.

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