You Can Take Your Life Back from Depression
I lived with depression for many years and felt it gradually drain away much of my life. Although it is an illness, I came to think of it as a way of living in the world because its effects reached into every part of my being. This ebook is the story of how I reconnected with who I was in the midst of depression. It’s not a roadmap taking you from one step to another in a well-defined process but rather a set of ideas and methods for clearing a path of your own.
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- The Mindset for Recovery Learning to overcome inner resistance to getting well and to become an activist in your own recovery.
- Mapping Your Depression Going beyond diagnosis and symptom lists to observing and tracking what is really limiting your life.
- Self-Help for the Healing Mind The five major skills that I have learned and relied on to overcome depression and restore inner balance.
- The Guidance of Psychotherapy Why psychotherapy is a critical part of the process of getting well.
- Finding Your Life Again Learning to focus on wellness instead of illness and choose the life that supports what is most important to you.
- A Step Beyond Recovery Remaining in touch with your vital energy even if depression returns.
- Learning More Guidance to many resources for getting help and going more deeply into recovery and well-being.
- You are doing incredible work so that people suffering from depression and their partners understand that they are not alone
- Storied Mind is full of insights … Once I had landed on his pages, I couldn’t stop reading. One post was more fascinating and gripping than the next. – Therese Borchard (BeliefNet Beyond Blue)
- I am glad to have found this blog because it helps me understand what my partner is going through at this moment.
- Thank you for providing this life saving source of love, inspiration and strength.
- Storied Mind: A beautiful and uniquely classic blog … Gorgeous images complement absorbing and stylish writing. – Sandra Kiume (PsychCentral’s Top 10 Depression Blogs of 2010)
- I want to thank you for this site. Your life and description of your depression and family situation are so familiar it’s as if I wrote these words myself.
- Thank you for offering such a wonderful resource and safe space for us to learn and share and connect.
- Of all of the websites I have been too, this is the one that truly depicts what my husband is going through. … Thanks for letting me know that I am definitely not alone …
- Blogger John Folk-Williams … communicates to readers with the empathy and understanding that only someone with depression could convey. – Tracy Rosecrans (HealthLine.com’s 18 Best Depression Blogs of 2012)
Thanks for taking the time to consider purchasing A Mind for Life: From Depression to Living Well. With your support, we can keep Storied Mind reader supported. John Folk-Williams