Book Review: Stop Walking on Eggshells by Paul T. Mason and Randi Kreger

Stop Walking on Eggshells is a practical book that describes the complexity of what psychologists define as Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD or BP). I actually like the book for the sake of the descriptions and examples of conversations and expectations, however, I would not recommend this book to anyone unless they had a strong biblical counseling background. The reason to read it is to understand the demanding, unstable and volatile, emotional way a BP person lives. A BP person demands his intimate ways and reacts in harmful ways to anyone who does not support and go along with him. The term BP comes from psychological theories that such people had a mental illness, which borders between neurosis and psychosis. There is no way to understand God’s view from this book.  It is a man-centered approach to a life-dominating sin pattern that is never called sin. Continue reading