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Ian White tells it like it is. We may not want to hear that many of us have been manipulated for a generation, that pharmaceutical companies have preyed upon us in their quest for bigger profits, and we may not want to hear that many of the prescription drugs we take are harmful. But in the end if we want to take control of our lives, our health and our futures, reading this book is an essential first step. I highly recommend this book to anyone that is or has family dependent on anti-depressants, is thinking of going down that path, or simply seeks the truth.
Ian White's book on "Beat Depression the Drug Free Way" introduces new information about breaking through myths associated with depression in order to discover alternatives to treatment that may help to alleviate the conditions of depression in a much less intrusive way upon the person's wellbeing. By bringing to light the shadows of myths that surround the dark days of depression, Ian's book takes a good hard look at conventional treatments for depression by challenging the commonly accepted ideas and treatment associated with depression. It is my opinion that Ian's book on beating depression is very thorough in its presentation and its understandability for the general reader. Also, I believe that his book is very affordable in consideration of the vast amount of new information that he has to offer the reader concerning the myths that surround the treatment modalities of depression. It's a real bargain at an affordable price - thank you Ian.
This is a book for anyone who is confused or concerned in any way about the diagnosis of depression, regardless of whether it relates to them directly or to somebody close. Do yourself a favour and become informed! Easy enough to read and packed full of "aha" moments. Ian White has done all the hard work and tells it how it is. I would not only recommend this book to sufferers of depression, but to anybody who is interested in a general state of happiness and how we come to where we are.