Awakening from depression
AWAKENING FROM DEPRESSION offers very specific help for persons experiencing depressed feelings--how to tell the difference between simple anxiety & clinical depression, for example, & how to deal with symptoms, causes, & treatment, saving a depressed marriage, emotional recovery. Featured in THE MEDICAL TRIBUNE, national news journal for physicians; a book even health professionals can share with patients. Includes Dr. Marmorstein's nationally publicized Rapid Diagnostic Chart as an aid to individuals as well as mental health professionals in accurately appraising a condition. Deals forcefully with most aspects of this disabling problem, one of the most pervasive health conditions in our society. "A milestone toward the correction of our nationwide fatigue & depression." -Gerard F. Brewer, MD. To order: 1-800-237-6053.
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