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Episode 53 of Pop Culture Case Study - Girl, Interrupted and Borderline Personality DIsorder


In this episode, Dave discusses the film the listeners chose for him, Girl, Interrupted. He takes a closer look at Borderline Personality Disorder and decides whether or not the film does a quality job of representing this disorder on screen. Britt also makes an appearance to talk about stigma and the effects of pop culture on diagnosis.

Intro: 0:00:00
Fangirl Fixation: 0:05:08
Borderline Personality Disorder:0:22:00
Girl, Interrupted: 0:42:22

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