"An uncommonly thorough and useful guide."-Publishers Weekly
"Undoing Depression is distinguished by its common sense, its humanity, and its absence of dogmatism. It is a balanced and persuasive work that explores the dark predicament of depression, and the pathways toward help. I read it with great admiration."-William Styron, author of Darkness Visible and Sophie's Choice.
"This is a vital and invaluable guide for people who are struggling with depression, as close as a book can come to the curative effects of psychotherapy and medication."-Andrew Solomon, author of The Noonday Demon
"Undoing Depression is a book that anyone who has ever felt depressed, to any degree, can keep nearby as a useful companion. If you are really depressed, chain it to your clothing. Beautifully written, full of dependable and inspiring information, it offers countless creative things to do in the face of depression without trying to conquer it or win battles and wars. The intelligence in this book is deeply satisfying."-Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul and Dark Nights of the Soul
"Essential reading for anyone who suffers from depression. The wisdom in these pages speaks directly to each individual, as if O'Connor knows exactly what we're going through. MDSG runs dozens of support groups each week and at our literature tables this is always the bestselling book. Packed with the latest research and fresh ideas, this new, updated edition hasn't lost the engaging style and compassion of the original."-Howard Smith, Director of Operations, Mood Disorders Support Group
"This up-to-date, clearly written and illuminating book about the nature and treatment of depression is just plain wonderful. I view it as a gift to us all."-Maggie Scarf, author of Unfinished Business, Intimate Partners, and Intimate Worlds
Richard O'Connor is the author of four books, Undoing Depression, Active Treatment of Depression, Undoing Perpetual Stress, and Happy At Last. For fourteen years he was executive director of the
another path to calming depression. Something different than the regular self-esteem will do it..Published 27 days ago by doris snider
My husband has depression and so we ordered multiple books to read. This was BY FAR the best one. I would recommend this to any mental health professional and family members who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Hatfield
This is one of the best books that I've read to date about depression. Richard O'Connor does an excellent job at describing what it's like for someone experiencing depression. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rev. Lorie, Ph.D.
A comprehensive explanation for not only people who suffer from depression, but an eye opening book for those whose loved ones are affected by this illness.Published 2 months ago by William S. Anderson
Excellent read really opened my eyes as to why I am how I am. Helpful remedies too that I am now working onPublished 3 months ago by weeyin
Professional help is way way more helpful than this book. Be honest to yourself and go to professionals. If you do not have enough money. Go to a psychiatric asylum.Published 4 months ago by Honesty for Bezos