The Freedom from Depression Workbook

The Freedom from Depression Workbook Learn to manage depression in The Freedom from Depression Workbook Les Carter Ph D and Frank Minirth M D introduces a part interactive program that identifies moods and patterns which affect our

  • Title: The Freedom from Depression Workbook
  • Author: Les Carter Frank Minirth
  • ISBN: 9780840762078
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Learn to manage depression in The Freedom from Depression Workbook Les Carter, Ph.D and Frank Minirth, M.D introduces a 12 part interactive program that identifies moods and patterns which affect our feelings With the help of this book, peel back the layers of what causes depression and learn to develop keys to lasting change.

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    1. Read and Keep as a ResourceThe most helpful aspect of this books approach to handling depression was the concept of depression being anger turned inward. That idea is often expressed, but the authors manage to really flesh out the connection in a helpful way. There are also a large number of checklists in this book that help in self-awareness and assessment. Through the lists, a large pattern of traits are collected and you can gain insight into thought patterns and their root cause. This helps [...]

    2. I am still reading this book, but this book by Les Carter, Ph.D. and Frank Minirth, M.D. is truly amazing! Whether one is struggling with depression or anger this book is for you. In fact I think everybody needs to read this book.This book teaches about making healthy choices in life. It discusses that depression is anger turned inward. This is so true. Most of us either handle anger through 1) suppression of anger 2) becoming passive aggressive, or 3) are open aggressive. Sometimes we are a com [...]

    3. While this is a workbook of sorts it is also a book. And it's a worth it read. As the front covers says, it's for people who: feel sad or discouraged more than they would like, prefer to withdraw rather than be in groups, struggle with feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem, have irregular sleep patterns, feel trapped by a sense of duty, find laughter does not come naturally, feel quite often on the verge of crying. All of these and more might be a reason for *you* to pick up this book and r [...]

    4. I'm sad to say that I was often depressed in my teens. After many years I just accepted it as what was normal life. Fortunately, I came back to Christ when I was just about 21, and I remember the one thing that I noticed over the course of the first year was that I no longer had any suicidal thoughts; they were completely gone. In addition, virtually all of my depression was gone. There were weeks when I would begin to get full of anxiety because of the fear of becoming totally depressed like I [...]

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