Want to help a loved one with depression?
2nd Edition is now out!
Can your loved one ever be happy again? How can you help them get out of the darkness, without going that road yourself?
How to help a someone with depression?
They need all the support we can get. But what should we say and how can we help to make sure they’re on the right track to living an optimistic life?
In How to Help Someone with Depression, you'll discover:
- How to help your loved one find out his/her triggers of depression
- How to be a good confidante for your loved one with depression
- Types of treatment options available and which ones are recommended
- Thoughts that go through your loved one's mind, and how you can guide them to think more positively
- Not to become an emotional crutch to your loved one
- Personal experiences from those who went through and came out of depression, including the author's personal depression
With a remarkably honest perspective, the author gives practical tips on how to help a loved one through depression
without sabotaging an otherwise healthy relationship.
Even though you may not be able to fully understand what it feels like to be depressed, this book will help you get into the mind and thinking processes of your depressed loved one, so that you can empathise better and help them.
Depression is not the end of the world. Your loved one can get better and happier!
"Laura is a struggling mother of three who works two jobs a day and juggles through her miscellaneous payments to make ends meet by the end of a week. Being a single mom has wreaked its toll on Laura – no longer is she a blonde buxom beauty, but a haggard woman with dark rings under her weary eyes, streaks of gray running across her limp blond tresses and horrible lines etched across her forehead and in the corner of her eyes. Laura eventually caves in and begins to blame herself for the departure of her abusive husband five years ago, and feels contempt every time she gazes into the mirror. She becomes a social hermit, begins to suffer from insomnia, loses her appetite, snaps easily at anyone and withdraws from all social activities, including going to church and attending local luncheons."
If Laura sounds like someone you care about, get this book to find out how you can help them to see the world with optimism again!
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