**This book has mature content** This is NOT your typical dance around the darker side of depression book. It is brutally honest and bravely and savagely explorers the dangerous side of depression.
I see ebay book sellers are selling my discontinued edition for up to $60.00, but I would not recommend buying that edition. I don't expect it to become a collectable just because I took it out of print, as I have the new edition on the market.
I'm currently 18 years old and a university student. Recently I realized that something has been going on in my head that is making me unable to think clearly. This week, the symptoms have been getting worse. I'm an "A" student, however a couple days ago I failed an exam that I should have gotten an "A" on because I just couldn't bring myself to concentrate during my exam. For the past couple of days I've had a slight but constant headache. Just now, I took a piece of gum out of the pack and instead of throwing away the wrapper, I threw away the whole pack of gum without realizing until came back to my room and found my whole pack of gum in the garbage. These small instances of inattentiveness have been happening to me more and more recently, which is odd because I'm usually on top of everything, well organized, and clear minded. I've never taken illegal drugs ever in my life, nor have I not been getting less sleep than usual (6-7 hours). All I know is that I was incredibly stressed the past couple of weeks because I had a lot on my schedule. Could that have anything to do with it? Thanks for your time.
This book was written for the most difficult of depression sufferers - for the injured. Soldiers blasted to pieces in combat. Children crushed in bicycle accidents. People taking bone shattering falls. Victims mugged and shot. Diabetes taking a limb. Lupus taking everything.None of these things will ever "be okay". They won't just "work themselves out." And the injured are not just magically, "gonna be all right." Continue reading →
"Depression Symptoms Decoded After Injury" is a skill builder to find happiness again even while boldly facing the reality of your depression. People demonstrate their deeply repressed personal needsintheir individualized symptoms of depression.
Yet, society (including doctors) carelessly lump every symptom of depression beneath the same dark umbrella.
The key to a healing path is found in understanding the symptoms that you utilize when you are sad. This book will teach you how to understand your own depression symptoms and therefore you will find a path for finding happiness."