How to Tell If Your Neighbor Is a Borderline

  • by Jonathan Jaye
  • Narrated by Jonathan Jaye
  • 0 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What if you moved into your dream house and discovered that an obsessive, irrational, hating machine was living right next door? What if you had a background in psychology and thought you could handle it? A seasoned clinician and psychology instructor tells the story of his 10 year struggle to deal with this neighbor from hell, who walked out of a textbook on borderline pathology, and into the lives of he and his wife. He uses this lesson to distill some helpful advice for dealing with this particular brand of nightmare. Humor and humanity are the focus, and everyday language is used to convey the message.

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Enjoyed this book. Made me think about someone in my life who is a borderline and gave me some practical advice on how to deal with it. Really drove home the point on how I should be dealing with it. For that I am grateful and appreciate the book.

The only reason it was four stars instead of five was because it was kinda short. I would have LOVED LOVED LOVED to find out more about what the crazy neighbor did to make the author's life miserable but maybe it was a legal issue?

Please note that I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review

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- Koji Steven Sakai

Think your neighbor is crazy?

Jonathan Jaye has improved from his book "How to Tell If Your Friend Is a Sociopath: Learning How to See Through the Smoke" his previous book could feel disjointed with stories into flowing smoothly into his descriptions. This book however tells a single story about a crazy neighbor and the unique ways she could come up with to torture Jonathan and his wife. My personal favorite was the mirrors setup with sound emitting motion detectors that were setup on their driveway.

This is not a book telling you that it is easy to deal with someone who is crazy or that everyone should be able to keep their cool when living next to a crazy person, but rather a basic layout on what should be done. There are also constant reminders that even the author screwed up in dealing with his neighbor and that not retaliating is above all the most important thing.

If you would like a surprisingly light and short crazy story with some useful information this is the book for you. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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- Kyle Hempel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-25-2017
  • Publisher: Jonathan Jaye