by Richard O'Connor
O'Connor blends his expertise as a psychotherapist with his personal experience of depression in order to impart his methodology for overcoming the disease. O'Connor believes that depressive individuals change their lifestyles and habits to cope with the condition. After first explaining the intricacies of depression, he outlines how depression affects emotions, behavior, thinking, the self, and relationships and how depressive people typically cope within those aspects of personality.
Berkeley, 1997, 358 pages, 5 1/4" x 8 1/4", paperback
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