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but please fix the sound quality, sometimes it sounds terrible and detracts from the content
I find the discussions interesting and I would love to enjoy the podcast more, but the audio makes listening really difficult.
I found this discussion very well guided by the excellent moderator M. Pieknik and very well explained by the articulate authors of this complex book. this is not a polemic but a very well reasoned discussion of the fearfulness that attaches to sex. thank you for introducing me to these authors and I hope we will hear more interviews conducted by Dr. Pieknik.
With women and queer people more likely to receive the label “borderline” it’s a tool of misogynist and homophobic hate. It disenfranchises people from both mental and health care. As Marsha Linehan notes, “it’s a weird word.” Please get with the 21st Century and use Emotional dysregulation disorder.
I’ve enjoyed a number of these interviews over the years, though I find the perspective too narrowly post-modern. I would love to see more diversity and less ideological predictability.
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