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Smashing Depression - Escaping the Prison and Finding a Life, Paperback / softback Book

Smashing Depression - Escaping the Prison and Finding a Life Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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This book can help the sufferer of mild to moderate depression overcome the biggest hurdles to emotional health - negative belief and poor self-worth.

Between them, these two processes generate the debilitating idea that there is no hope for a brighter future or the sort of life that others might call 'normal'. And yet with the structured programme presented here, the reader can: discover and eliminate subtle subconscious processes that lock depression in place; find their true self that may have been 'locked away' for years; discover whether it's conscious change or subconscious acceptance that's needed; find out how being active instead of reactive is the way forward.

The seven-step programme was created by the author over many years of working directly with sufferers, successfully helping them to find their way back to emotional health.

It's not just a quick fix that soon fades away, but a permanent solution that will actually reshape your life and attitude to self.

In short, it's the blueprint that will help you set yourself free!

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  • Format:Paperback / softback
  • Pages:224 pages
  • Publisher:John Hunt Publishing
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  • ISBN:9781782796190

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  • Format:Paperback / softback
  • Pages:224 pages
  • Publisher:John Hunt Publishing
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  • ISBN:9781782796190

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