Overcoming Depression and Anxiety for the Average Joe
Book Summary (Web Site) Overcoming Depression and Anxiety for the average Joe is about how author Jeff Fredericks did just that. He draws from his personal experiences and insights to identify traits, behaviors, and illusions created in childhood and how they can effect the present. He also then shares the navigation skills he developed to deal with them. He writes a story that starts with his humble beginnings to the dark time in his life, then to the now. Jeff hopes to help others by sharing his story with them. the book opens with the evening of his breakdown. He then flashes back to the past to explain things leading up to that point. From there he takes us through the work he did in therapy and the discoveries he makes along the way to his full recovery.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
able abused age of reason anger anger management angry anxiety attacks anymore Apalachin asked Average Joe awareness beat became began behavior catholic school child Conversations with God course Crystal dating daughter depression Eileen emotional Emotional intelligence Endwell enjoyed eventually fall in love father fear felt finally friends Gabrielle Gabrielle’s getting girl grandmother happened hospital hurt illusion issues kids knew later learned least leave let go living loss Louie loved my wife Lucy marriage married Mary massage mentioned mortician mother mother’s grave moved navigate Neale Donald Walsch needed never grieved occupational therapy occurred okay Once pain past perfect perfectionism perfectionist projection rachel realized recall relationship rudy seemed share started sub-illusion talk tendency therapist therapy things thought told took tough traits trying understand unexpressed wanted weekend wife Wilkes-Barre woman women writing York Mets