DEPRESSION & MELANCHOLIA TWO WORDS TO EXPRESS THE SAME, WILLIAM STYRON EXPLAINS HOW HE FELT AND MANAGED TO GET OUT OF THAT STATE; IT'S INTERESTING.Published 1 hour ago by Debbie Lieber
Depression is scary and this clarifies how it feels. I want to die and don't know how to handle it. This book helps by showing others are experiencing similar feeling.Published 4 hours ago by Betty Sylva
A true look into the dark depths of depression. For those interested in depression and it's battles.Published 2 days ago by Seth McLane
This man experienced clinical depression and lived to tell about it, as eloquently as he has told his other stories in noevls. Read morePublished 7 days ago by D. Hage
Realistic depiction of the patient's experience of clinical depression. The writer's experience was late in life, not the lifetime sentence experienced by others. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Trisha Blackburn
LAST of this author's books we read for our Life Long Learning class.
I suspect it's the build-up.
Styron's "memoir of madness" is referenced so frequently and fulsomely in the literature on depression that it had taken on some... Read more