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A little too much of a medical description of depression and kind of hard to follow.Published 5 months ago by Kelly Rosman
Very comprehensive and informative. Not the most exciting book and kind of long winded.Published 14 months ago by Steven White
The book sheds a lot of light on this growing problem and makes the person feel so not alone or the personal cause of the troublesPublished 20 months ago by mary loos-griffin
What you see is what you get, they say. Perhaps it's more than that. Understanding that "causes" aren't so readily ascribed is helpful as you try to assist the depressed... Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Carol L. Kershner
Dr. DePaulo covers the subject of depression and manic depression in a very straightforward way that is understandable and helpful for the layperson, while it covers all the... Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Kathleen Foster
I have not completed the book yet but am excited to get further along as the author engages you in the complexities and seriousness of this disease.Published on December 31, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Excellent. This man is brilliant. After 12 years of depression he is the only doctor who correctly treated my daughter.Published on November 24, 2006 by Laurie
This is an excellent book that I would highly recommend for anyone struggling with the depression. However, since publication of the marvelous book, the FDA has approved vagus... Read morePublished on March 13, 2005 by LookingForHelp