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Best Books to Help with Depression


Good books on depression can help you in two ways:-

1. They offer answers and insight that you may not otherwise find.

2. They often provide proven techniques to help you deal with depression.


Here's a selection of some of the best depression books available today...


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Depression:-

"a mental disorder characterized
by extreme gloom, feelings of inadequacy, and inability to concentrate "

(Collins English Dictionary)

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Beat Depression and Reclaim Your Life

Evolving Self Confidence

Overcoming Depression

The Mindful Way Through Depression

Shoot the Damn Dog



Beat Depression and Reclaim Your Life by Alexandra Massey (10 Feb 2005)

"Beat Depression and Reclaim Your Life", however, cuts through all extraneous details and gets to the very
heart of how it really feels to be depressed."

"The book is written in an easy to follow pattern, which clearly makes sense because when you are feeling that low, it is difficult to concentrate on anything too heavy."




Evolving Self Confidence: How to Become Free from Anxiety Disorders and Depression by Terry Dixon (Jan 2008)

"This book is utterly brilliant. For a start, it begins by explaining WHY anxiety disorders, OCD, agoraphobia and depression happen - and it makes such complete sense."

"This really is a 'must read' book for those who find themselves suffering."





Overcoming Depression: A guide to recovery with a complete self-help programme by Prof Paul Gilbert (24 Sep 2009)

"The book deals with depression in four parts: cognitive information; active behaviour, supportive relationships
and a collation of specialist topics."

"This book clarified and simplified what was for me a dark, scary, overwhelming mystery, and helped me to finally see depression for what it is."



The Mindful Way through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness by Mark Williams, John Teasdale, Zindel Segal and Jon Kabat-Zinn (Jun 2, 2007)

"This is truly an excellent method of working to accept
and overcome the problems of depression."

"It's largely about kinds of breathing and body awareness exercises with some simple yoga postures."



Shoot the Damn Dog: A Memoir of Depression by Sally Brampton (2 Feb 2009)

"This book is a must for anyone coping with depression,
or living with someone who suffers from it.
Sally Brampton is painfully honest in her book, and you can really feel you get to know her warts and all."

"Sally writes with honesty and factually about the illness and offers really useful personal advice, with a little light humour thrown in."





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The Depression Cure


The Depression Cure: The 6-Step Program to Beat Depression without Drugs by Stephen S. Ilardi
(Jun 1, 2010)

"Dr. Stephen Ilardi has written a highly accessible book
that has something to offer everyone, not merely those who suffer from clinical depression."

"Examples and diagnoses of real people are included that illustrate certain points."




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Undoing Depression

How You Can Survive When They're Depressed

Undoing Depression: What Therapy Doesn't Teach You and Medication Can't Give You by Richard O'Connor (21 Jan 2010)

"This book is excellently written, and a must-have for anyone suffering from, or are close to someone who suffers with depression. The authors' view and approach
is unique as he is both an expert in, and a long-time sufferer of depression."

"It is practical and wise in turns."




How You Can Survive When They're Depressed: Living and Coping with Depression Fallout by Anne Sheffield, Mike Wallace and Donald F. Klein
(May 18, 1999)

"People who love a depressed person spend an enormous amount of energy trying to bridge a chasm to bring help
to their loved one. Meanwhile they suffer isolation, rejection, criticism, self-doubt, frustration, and terrible worry and stress."





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