Boundaries in interpersonal relationships--recommendations?
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FYI, I've looked through Jane Adams' "Boundary Issues" and Anne Katherine's "Boundaries: Where You End and I Begin" but neither is the type of book I'm seeking.
Many thanks in advance.
I contend that David Richo's purpose would pale in the hands of a theorist. With a facility showing his mastery of the concepts, Richo pitches for the reasonable mean in relationships, acknowledging the "highly charged spiritual state" associated with being "in love," while also warning those entering into romance to do so mindfully as every romance ends. In this book you will find relationship boundaries treated within a larger relationship philosophy.
If you want a no-holds-barred approach, include books for the general public on borderline personality. See also the current issue of Psychology Today magazine (October 2013). Here are some examples:
I hate you -- don't leave me: understanding the borderline personality
Stop walking on eggshells: taking your life back when someone you care about has borderline personality
The Essential family guide to borderline personality disorder: new tools and techniques to stop walking on eggshells