Goodbye Depression

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iUniverse, Jul 1, 2003 - Self-Help - 212 pages
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Unable to live with depression? Medical treatment brings no solution? Self-help books written by doctors do not help? That is precisely where the author stood after years of trying to get rid of depression in the usual ways. So she took matters into her own hands, fought for her life and won it back. This is how she did it and how you can do it too.

The first of "Goodbye Depression's" two parts is an intimate account of the author's war with depression. With dry humor to offset the pain, it tells how her full and happy life collapsed into a deep depression. Then it tells how she fought her way back to a life as good as it had been before.

The winning strategy, presented in the second part, is based on the premise that there are no miracle solutions and nobody is going to solve depression for you, so you must take control and do it yourself. Goodbye Depression is based on experience and common sense, not on theories. It tells you in a direct and practical manner what to do and how to do it, speaking at eye level, from one victim of depression to another, not from the height of a professional pedestal.

This is a book written by a woman who has been there, has done it and has won, for people who want to win and are going to win.

Dalia Eliav is a mathematician and a teacher, a former competition swimmer and tennis champion and still a very active athlete. Her motivation for writing the book is the firm belief that what she has learned can surely help other people who suffer from depression and the desire to share it with them.

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