Getting Your Life Back
In this powerful new self-help program, Wright and Basco show you how to blend the best methods of scientifically tested treatments to win the battle against depression. By following their step-by-step instructions, you will be able to develop a Personal Plan for Recovery that you can use to get well and stay well.
The flexible plan lets you learn about and master the Five Keys to Recovery in the sequence that's best for you. Some people may want to work through all five keys; others may find they are able to achieve the level of health they want with just a few. Whether you learn the self-help strategies of cognitive-behavior therapy, rely on prescription antidepressants, try herbal remedies, work on mending relationships, focus on spiritual growth, or use a combination of methods, the Personal Plan for Recovery is a breakthrough tool that allows you to take control of your own treatment.
Conversational and filled with guided exercises and strategies that work, Getting Your Life Back is an empowering book that maximizes each person's strengths and potential.
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Getting Your Life Back: The Complete Guide to Recovery from Depression
Jesse H. Wright,Monica Ramirez Basco
No preview available - 2001
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Page 19 - Insomnia or hypersomnia nearly every day 5 Psychomotor agitation or retardation nearly every day (observable by others, not merely subjective feelings of restlessness or being slowed down) 6 Fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day 7 Feelings of worthlessness or excessive or inappropriate guilt (which...
Page 18 - Published by the American Psychiatric Association, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM...
Page 21 - ... you know about it, because you have studied the problems there more than I have — the Government will meet one-third of the cost of all new construction, if the people will only go out and build houses. Mr. HOOVER. Yes; they have gone further in that direction than I think is economically sound; but there is no question that something needs to be done to cover this emergency. However, I would not want to pass on the measures, because I have not given it any particular study. I am glad to see...
Page 20 - Persons with this condition experience at least two symptoms of depression such as poor appetite or overeating, insomnia or sleeping too much, low energy, low self-esteem, difficulty concentrating, or feelings of hopelessness.
Page vi - Getting Your Life Back THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO RECOVERY FROM DEPRESSION Jesse H.
Page xiv - We owe a particular debt of gratitude to our families for their patience as we spent time working on the book.