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Understanding a borderline afflicted person is an impossibility ?!
Yes, it can be. Understanding the complicated, often ambivalent and almost every second changing emotional and thought life of a borderline afflicted person completely is probably really impossible for those not affected.
But that doesn't mean that you should give up immediately and instead continue to insist on your prejudices about the diagnosis. Because even if something seems incomprehensible, you can still try to understand it at least partially.
In this book, the thought and emotional life of a borderline-affected person is made understandable for borderline-inexperienced people using various visual comparisons, metaphors and clear descriptions. On a "dream trip", the really cold and prejudiced Stefan gets to know the little Bordi, who takes him on a journey through his chaotic, motley, black and white world. Because behind the paradoxical behavior of the Bordi are mostly very logical approaches and simple explanations.

What at first sounds like a children's book is actually a profound book that tries to break down prejudices, alleviate fear of contact and ensure greater acceptance. The only thing "very easy" about this book is the explanations. You will not find technical terms or complicated comparisons in this book. Because my goal is not to write a scientific paper, but to give an insight into my world. Into the black and white, motley world of a borderline afflicted. Are you ready to come with us? Are you in the mood for an adventure that makes you think, maybe changes the way you view the world? Do you have the courage to look behind facades? Maybe behind her own too? Then you have come to the right place on this dream trip!

The book is suitable for those affected as well as relatives, friends, acquaintances or simply interested people. Understanding a borderline affected person is an impossibility ?!
Yes, it can be. Understanding the complicated, often ambivalent and almost every second changing emotional and thought life of a borderline afflicted person completely is probably really impossible for those not affected.
But that doesn't mean that you should give up immediately and instead continue to insist on your prejudices about the diagnosis. Because even if something seems incomprehensible, you can still try to understand it at least partially.
In this book, the thought and emotional life of a borderline-affected person is made understandable for borderline-inexperienced people using various visual comparisons, metaphors and descriptive descriptions. On a "dream trip", Stefan, who is actually emotionally cold and very prejudiced, gets to know little Bordi, who takes him on a journey through her chaotic, colorful, black and white world. Because behind the paradoxical behavior of the Bordi are mostly very logical approaches and simple explanations.

What at first sounds like a children's book is actually a profound book that tries to break down prejudices, alleviate fear of contact and ensure greater acceptance. The only thing "very easy" about this book is the explanations. You will not find technical terms or complicated comparisons in this book. Because my goal is not to write a scientific paper, but to give an insight into my world. Into the black and white, motley world of a borderline afflicted. Are you ready to come along? Are you in the mood for an adventure that makes you think, maybe changes the way you view the world? Do you have the courage to look behind facades? Maybe behind her own too? Then you have come to the right place on this dream trip!

The book is suitable for those affected as well as relatives, friends, acquaintances or just interested people.