You Can Beat Depression: A Guide to Prevention & Recovery
Recognized by the National Mental Health Association, this reader-friendly guide offers helpful material on prevention, avoiding relapse after treatment, brief therapy, exercise, non-medical approaches, Prozac, an up-to-date guide to medications, and more. Allows readers to figure out when and how they can help themselves, when they need to seek professional treatment, and what to expect along the way.
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What Is Depression?
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