Depression: The Way Out of Your Prison

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Routledge, 1996 - Depressed persons - 257 pages
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Depression is the experience of a terrible isolation, of being alone in a prison. But by understanding how we build the prison of depression we can dismantle it for ever. Dorothy Rowe gives us a way of understanding depression, allowing us to take charge of our lives. She shows it is not an illness requiring drugs but a defence we use to hold ourselves together when we feel our lives falling apart. This bestselling book, now in its second edition, contains the stories of people who have left the prison of depression and changed their lives for ever.

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User Review  - Jaslyn Smith - Goodreads

Awesome read! Very enlightening on all aspects of depression. This book goes into detail about how depression is something which we create for ourselves, and just as we create it, so we can dismantle it. This is a book of empowerment and a must read! Read full review

Review: Depression: The Way Out of Your Prison

User Review  - Goodreads

Awesome read! Very enlightening on all aspects of depression. This book goes into detail about how depression is something which we create for ourselves, and just as we create it, so we can dismantle it. This is a book of empowerment and a must read! Read full review

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Rowe is a clinical psychologist world-renowned for her work on depression.

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