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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2005

    Ideas that offer real help for depression

    I've tried reading several other depression books but most have either been so theoretical that they were of little help or filled with medical jargon that I didn't understand. '75 Ways to Beat Depression' is the first book that's really helped me find answers to my mood problems because it's written with such down to earth simplicity that I can relate to almost everything the author writes. Actually, reading the book felt much like talking to a trusted friend that's been through the hell of depression and found the way back to wholeness again--a friend who shares what he has learned and offers many practical solutions to help me solve my own mood problems. Depression sufferers will appreciate the frankness with which Rybolt writes when he admits that nothing about depression is 'easy.' Yet, they will find '75 Ways to Beat Depression' filled with hope and humor. Don't get me wrong, this book will not likely be a quick solution to your depression problems. It can, however, help you find the road that leads to recovery as you follow the footsteps of the author that begins in the depths of darkness and leads to a brighter day.

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