The Myth of Borderline Personality Disorder

Madison, WI, USA: Freud Institute (2020)

Abstract

Borderline Personality Disorder is female privilege. It is to be understood primarily in political terms, and only secondarily in psychoanalytic terms.

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John-Michael Kuczynski
University of California at Santa Barbara (PhD)

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