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Curtiss thinks so, and though I have some strong misgivings about her book, she makes some legitimate points.
I can only say that since I read this book and started taking responsibility for my thoughts and actions - I have felt SO MUCH better.
He was primarily a "philosopher," who really wasn't interested in working directly with the mentally ill patients.
Lots of good ideas. As with everything you take what you can use, and don't get bogged down in the things that you feel won't work for you. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Denise Taylor
I am disappointed that this book is out of stock. I believe A B Curtiss did an excellent job of providing a currently unpopular view of dealing with depression and bipolar... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mandy oaks
Her research and pointers have shifted my thinking into a totally different and brilliant way of dealing with so called "depression."Published 13 months ago by salgal
This book is written from the author's personal experience so provides credibility. It is also open and honest, without an overdose of too much personal drama. Read morePublished 20 months ago by ANNE TURKINGTON
Back in 2005, I was severely depressed. I had suffered with occasional bouts of depression and social anxiety for about 15 years. Read morePublished on May 13, 2012 by Philosopher
Basically Curtiss's thesis is this: Depression IS a weakness and a character flaw, caused by self-pity and unproductive living. Read morePublished on April 27, 2012 by Bibliofiend
The author's theory is not a total cure. She makes a case for treating depression without drugs or therapy, and this is a dangerous path for some folks. Read morePublished on May 19, 2009 by S. Tabor
Can you face the fact that you are keeping yourself depressed? That you feed your own inner pain and suffering? Read morePublished on April 14, 2009 by Blue Jay
I first read this book thinking I could pass the ideas along to help others who grapple with depression and bipolar behavior. Read morePublished on November 15, 2008 by Barbara Villasenor