Are you frustrated with the behaviors of a friend, family member, coworker, child, or spouse who suffers from depression? Do you find yourself feeling rejected, neglected, or abandoned at times because the person in your life invests a lot of time in trying to stay emotionally and chemically balanced but excludes you in the process?
Do you get angry with your depressed loved one and then feel guilty afterward, as you realize he or she has little control over his or her emotions?
Do you get irritated when your significant other breaks the plans you have for spending time together because he or she is feeling depressed or anxious?
Do you lose your temper when you come home from a hard day's work to find dishes in the sink, the house a mess, the laundry piled up, and your depressed spouse, roommate, boyfriend, or girlfriend sitting on the couch, watching TV or reading a book?
Do you find yourself worrying about the person you love who suffers from depression because he or she may attempt to take his or her own life?
Does it feel as though your life revolves around how the depressed person is feeling most of the time?
If you identified with some of those questions, then the wisdom Cindy Help offers about understanding the depressed person will help you.
When you finish this audiobook about depression, you will understand:
How a depressed person feels
What triggers depression
What depressed people fear and believe
What chronic and situational depression are like
How medications affect a depressed person's mood
What depressed people need
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Not what I was expecting
This book was not as helpful as I thought it would be. Most of it seemed like describing depression rather than how to help someone going through depression. While I do have a better understanding of depression, I'll see myself needing to search elsewhere to find out how to help someone going through this. Regardless, if you want a basic understanding on how depression works, this is a good place to start without taking up too much time to listen too.
- Mike Lewis
There is help for depression!
Absolutely. There is probably something else I can learn from it that I missed the first time .
Any book about depression that can help someone should be considered alongside this title.
I like his calm voice and his clear annunciation.
I like that the book tells you what a depressed person needs. This enables you to know how to help yourself or whoever you know that needs a little extra care.
There are different types of depression and they aren't all the same. It is important to know the differences and what you can do about each type when someone you care about and love is suffering from the disorder. Reading books like this can certainly help that.
- mint tea "Book enthusiast!"