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Morning Has Broken: A Couple's Journey Through Depression Hardcover – January 31, 2006
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Together Phil and Emme have journeyed to dark places that unfortunately others must traverse, but as Phil eloquently states, "Our goal is to reassure readers...that they are not alone, or crazy, or without hope..." This is a book not only of a triumph over depression, but a triumph of love.
Dr. Joe Luciani
Author: Self-Coaching: How to Heal Anxiety and Depression
But even if depression hasn't touched your life... READ THIS BOOK. You will never look at a bad day the same way. The next time you tell someone that you're feeling depressed, pick up this book and count your blessings.
I especially like the way the story is told, alternating from Emme's perspective to Phil's, surrounding the same events and periods of time. You get to see depression from the afflicted person's vantage point as well as the caregivers' who are afflicted in their own way. The writing is crisp and articulate...you can't put it down... and conjures a frightening vision of what it is like to be in the midst of such an horrific crisis...and then come out the other side better and stronger. It's nothing short of inspiring.
Phil and Emme have a way of encapsulating large ideas in a simple phrase that can't help but stick in one's mind to carry and help others: "Don't do something permanent about a temporary problem", "You don't just snap out of depression. It's a disease. Do you just snap out of cancer or heart disease?"
If you have suffered from depression yourself or have been touched by this disease through a parent, an uncle or aunt, a grandparent, a friend, a child, a spouse, a co-worker, a teammate, a girlfriend or boyfriend, a classmate...don't walk, run to read this book. It provides uncommon clarity for what has become a global health crisis.
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Really illuminates what depression can do to a realtionship of love. I purchased another copy for a friends whose husband had a very dramatic depressive episode and is now... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Barbara Gold
Read the book but really did not find much insight. Found the wife's strength appealing, but it really did not have much of a message to me.Published on November 26, 2013 by Thomas J. Floria
I didn't get anything out of this book. I have been clinically depressed for a long time, especially around my cycles, and it isn't because of any medical issue or injury or... Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by usafpilotmama
This book helps because it gives the views of both the depressed husband and the wife who loves him but sometimes gets weary and frustrated of dealing with it. Read morePublished on August 16, 2009 by Diane M. Hetrick
I found out about this book when watching Oprah, and bought it the next day.
After living with a depressed husband since January 2006, I finally found a book that gives... Read more
This unique book gives insight from both the patient and caregiver's perspective on Phil Aronson's bout with major clinical depression. Read morePublished on February 19, 2007 by Reviewer
This book is a literal life saver. I had just finished reading this book about a week ago. It was an opportunity to learn first hand what a person experiencing clilnical... Read morePublished on January 12, 2007 by Mirel of Ca.