The Search for the Real Self: Unmasking the Personality Disorders of Our Age

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Taylor & Francis, 1988 - Psychology - 244 pages
Outwardly charming, confident, and successful individuals may in fact be caught in a knot of self-destructive behavior. This book looks at case histories and delineates appropriate treatments for each disorder--offering a real hope for cure.
 

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Contents

The Internal Saboteur
1
The Development of the Real Self
20
The Self Under Siege
51
The Challenge of Intimacy
107
The Borderline Syndrome in Adolescence
149
Sartre Munch and Wolfe
208
Epilogue
231
Selected Bibliography
239
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