The healings begin when we first share mental hurts and pains with someone - whether it is a friend, doctor, pastor, or someone you truly trust. If you find that this is hard to do, go somewhere and cry to release the pain.
Practicing good mental health is just as important as the practice of good physical health and diet. The one thing we learn from news headlines is depression and other mental illnesses does not discriminate; it affects men and women as well as the rich and the poor.
Early detection of mental illness, can make for a better life and ultimately save a life. Learn pratical steps to manage depression and other mental illnesses while living a balanced life
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About the Author
January of 1991, Jones began working for the U.S. Department of Justice at Federal Prison Camp Seymour Johnson. In 2003, Jones retired from the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons as a Senior Lieutenant, after working a combination of 16 years for federal and state prison facilities. In addition Jones' is the founder of Advocate 4 Justice; an organization that addresses social issues. As an author he's written on a number of topics from health and doctor's accountability to the pressures of maintaing work ethics under pressure.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Mental health is a very sensitive, real topic that should be regularly addressed. This book addresses the subject and provides practical steps to live a balanced life with depression and other mental health related issues. The greatest bonus to this read is the fact that the recommendations actually help! Thank you for openly sharing your story, your day-to-day practices and for writing this book Garry L. Jones.