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Category: Depression

Depression

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  • Can a woman’s relationships make her depressed? Past and current patterns, expectations, and assumptions about roles in relationships can often cause or worsen depression; A Secret Sadness offers a groundbreaking new perspective on this phenomenon, as well as powerful tools readers can use to explore the issue.

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  • It’s not just the big choices we make that can radically change our lives—sometimes it’s the small ones. Offering a powerful blend of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and behavioral activation strategies, Activating Happiness teaches readers how to conquer depression and low mood by actively making positive choices in small, everyday moments. These small changes will help reignite motivation, improve mood, and help readers get unstuck so they can connect with what they value most.

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  • In Back from the Brink, author Graeme Cowan—who has suffered from severe depression himself—presents candid and poignant interviews with people from all walks of life who have struggled with serious depression and bipolar disorder; such as Bob Boorstin, the director of public policy at Google, former tennis star Cliff Ritchey, and talk-show host Trisha Goddard. As these interviewees detail their treatment, their successes, and their setbacks, readers are offered real hope and real advice, as well as practical tools for recovering from their own depression. The book also explores various treatment options that readers can take away to begin healing.

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  • Depression among older adults is more common than ever. Based on the authors’ experience working with seniors, this self-help guide teaches readers how to improve nutrition and fitness, evaluate medication options, deal with anxiety, build self-esteem, and connect with community resources.

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  • This is the first self-help guide addressed to those who are considering suicide. A step-bystep program for change shows how to replace negative beliefs, feel better through coping, and develop alternative skills for solving problems in their lives.

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  • This book shows readers who struggle with both anxiety and depression, how to tolerate distress, use mindfulness, behavior strategies, end negative self-talk, resovle inner conflict, and go on to create positive experiences and personal meaning in their lives.

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  • This new book in New Harbinger’s 101 series, Depression 101, offers practical and proven tools for overcoming depression in a concise and accessible format.

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  • In this no-nonsense guide for men, psychologist Jonas Horwitz presents evidence-based, straightforward, and jargon-free strategies for men struggling with severe depression. Grounded in proven-effective cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), the skills in this book will help readers find actionable solutions for identifying, naming, and overcoming the depression that is standing in the way of living the life they want.

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  • Bestselling author, David B. Wexler, provides the partner of depressed men the tools she needs to support her depressed partner, while also making sure her own needs are met socially, emotionally, and physically.

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  • People who suffer from low mood or depression often lose hope—in themselves and the world—and, as a result, they spiral deeper and deeper into major depression. In Learned Hopefulness, psychologist Dan Tomasulo offers strengths-based practices grounded in positive psychology to help readers break the cycle of depression, improve resiliency and motivation, and move past feelings of hopelessness.

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  • The best-selling author of The Gift of ADHD offers cognitive behavioral and mindfulness strategies for transforming depression into a tool for growth; exploring how depression can point us towards important truths about our selves; and discovering how to use our depression to change our lives in meaningful ways.

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  • Written to the partner of a bipolar individual, this book will help readers mend strained relationships, control episodic crises, learn which coping approaches work, and create loving, healthy relationships. Readers also learn how to recognize a bipolar conversation and survive the financial turbulence manic spending may cause.

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  • For many perfectionists, depression can feel like a weakness or failure—so, they often hide it. Their perfectionism then fuels their depression further—and so the cycle continues. Perfectly Hidden Depression offers real tools to help readers with perfectionism finally break free from this vicious cycle, so they can develop self-compassion, begin healing, and start living happier, more authentic lives.

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  • The authors of The Lavender Couch and The Chronic Pain Control Workbook present a guide dealing with depression geared specifically to gays and lesbians.

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  • Many people with depression believe they are defective, unwanted, or inferior, and this feeling of being flawed and inadequate often leads to a strong sense of shame. Written by experienced clinicians, this workbook provides readers with practical, proven-effective skills based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), so they can identify and alleviate shame-based, self-defeating beliefs, and learn to create a more fulfilling life.

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  • Building on the success of The Chemistry of Joy, The Chemistry of Joy Workbook is a detailed, practical guide to improving readers’ symptoms of depression through resilience training.

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