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Do It! Beat Depression

Ian Newbegin

Depression is rarely talked about. The sufferer is usually quiet, tells nobody about the moods experienced and suffers the disorder alone. But you don't have to. This book discusses all aspects of depression and encourages the sufferer to talk and&


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ISBN : 978-1-84897-698-6
Published : 28/04/2016
Pages : 153
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Ian Newbegin

Depression is rarely talked about. The sufferer is usually quiet, tells nobody about the moods experienced and suffers the disorder alone. But you don't have to. This book discusses all aspects of depression and encourages the sufferer to talk and take action to alleviate the problem. Both physical and psychological states of depression are discussed along with the support that is available for the person suffering depression. Non sufferers too can gain by reading the book; the information provided will give you a better understanding of the disorder so that you can better understand the sufferer.
Age holds no barrier to depression. Children and adolescents can and do suffer from depression. You can help them to understand the disorder and provide them with support. Help is available; this book is the beginning of gaining more control over your life.

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Depression is rarely talked about. The sufferer is usually quiet, tells nobody about the moods experienced and suffers the disorder alone. But you don't have to. This book discusses all aspects of depression and encourages the sufferer to talk and take action to alleviate the problem. Both physical and psychological states of depression are discussed along with the support that is available for the person suffering depression. Non sufferers too can gain by reading the book; the information provided will give you a better understanding of the disorder so that you can better understand the sufferer.
Age holds no barrier to depression. Children and adolescents can and do suffer from depression. You can help them to understand the disorder and provide them with support. Help is available; this book is the beginning of gaining more control over your life.

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