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Beat Depression and Reclaim Your Life

by Alexandra Massey

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    $34.95
PUBLISHED: 10th February 2005
ISBN: 9780753509890
ANNOTATION:
Depression affects people of all social classes, racial groups, and at all ages. 121 million people worldwide currently suffer from depression (World Health Organisation). In Britain alone, one adult in twenty is depressed at any one time.
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  • Paperback
    $34.95
PUBLISHED: 10th February 2005
ISBN: 9780753509890
ANNOTATION:
Depression affects people of all social classes, racial groups, and at all ages. 121 million people worldwide currently suffer from depression (World Health Organisation). In Britain alone, one adult in twenty is depressed at any one time.

Annotation

Depression affects people of all social classes, racial groups, and at all ages. 121 million people worldwide currently suffer from depression (World Health Organisation). In Britain alone, one adult in twenty is depressed at any one time.

Publisher Description

Depression affects people of all social classes, racial groups, and at all ages. 121 million people worldwide currently suffer from depression (World Health Organisation). In Britain alone, one adult in twenty is depressed at any one time. 60 per cent of adults will experience depression at some point in their lives yet around the same number of us say we would feel embarrassed consulting a GP about it. Alexandra Massey has been through the hell of depression and has come out the other side with a radical book that will help sufferers overcome the worst aspects of the condition without the use of medication. Her practical, realistic advice includes 10 suggestions for what you can do when you are too depressed to move, and then 10 more for how to progress when your head is just above the water, how to deal with children and how to beat depression without medication.

Author Biography

Alexandra Massey has counselled hundreds of people in her role as Chairman of a 12-step fellowship that assists adult children of alcoholics and dysfunctional families. When she was diagnosed as being depressed several years ago, she decided to find a way to help herself out of the condition without resorting to prescribed drugs. Marjorie Wallace is Chief Executive of SANE - one of the UK's leading mental illness charities.

Review

"Alexandra gives inspiration and hope to those trying to beat depression and her common-sense tangible suggestions could make a difference to many people's lives." -- Marjorie Wallace Chief Executive, SANE "A brilliant new book." Daily Mail "Offers a practical lifeline to depression sufferers." OK! "This jargon-free book can offer real hope" Scottish Sunday Post

Review Text

Alexandra gives inspiration and hope to those trying to beat depression and her common-sense tangible suggestions could make a difference to many people's lives.

Product Details

Pages
208
Year
2005
ISBN-10
075350989X
ISBN-13
9780753509890
Format
Paperback
Publication Date
2005-02-10
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
Illustrations
Author
Alexandra Massey
Media
Book
Language
English
Publisher
Ebury Publishing
Audience
General/Trade