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It's unreasonable to expect one session of therapy a week to cure a lifetime of psychologically unhealthy living. A depressive has to work on themselves in the days between therapy sessions. Their speed of improvement is dependent on an attitude of self-help. This book provides many ideas on what to do outside of therapy sessions, and what to talk about in therapy sessions. Many important lessons are shared in this book. It is both a memoir and a self-help book written for both depression sufferers and their family and friends. It will help you or a loved one escape the dark house of depression
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About the Author
William Peters is a writer, editor, and depression sufferer who lives in Seoul, Korea. He is also the author of "The Resilient Runner: Mental Toughness Training for Distance Running." He can be found on the Internet at www.williamapeters.com.