March 23, 2016

Recommended books about depression

Welcome to the Self Help Bookstore. Any books you decide to buy from this page will help me finance the running and improvement of this website as I will earn a small commission. This means that no only will you be helping yourself, you’ll also be helping me to help others fight this terrible problem. Thank you!

Self help books are sold in association with AMAZON.com. Your orders will be fulfilled and shipped by AMAZON.com, which guarantees you reliable service, fantastic prices and secure online ordering. You’ll save 20% to 30% off the retail price.

The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change at a Time

upward spiral book

 

This book enables you to reverse the awful downward spiral of depression. It uses the most recent developments in the field of neuroscience to offer practical solutions which you can use to escape the sadness and tiredness you feel when depressed.

This book is equally useful to those studying or interested in the human brain and those who are suffering from depression. There is no one easy magic bullet to solve all depression, but there are many different and smaller steps you can take to recover and start feeling happy again. A great book to have, I suggest you get this one!

 

 

 

Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy

feeling good: the new mood therapy book

There are many problems connected with depression such as procrastination, low self esteem, lack of confidence, anxiety, fear, mood swings and so on. These issues which are linked to the negativity of a depressed person, can be cured naturally and without the exclusive use of medication. Dr. David. D. Burns M.D. shows you how to use some amazingly successful new techniques to change your moods quickly and promote a healthy and positive attitude to life so that your depression will improve.

This incredible and helpful book is a best-seller and will explain to you the details and practicalities of antidepressants and why they are prescribed and how they might help you in the treatment of your depressive symptoms.

Get a copy of this wonderful book today.

 

 

 

The Happiness Trap: How to Stop Struggling and Start Living

A very interesting book and one that will help you think about happiness very differently. This book is highly recommended and a practical attempt at freeing you from the traditional modes of thinking about happiness. This new approach opens doors to a new you and a better and happier life. I suggest you get a copy as soon as possible because this will help anyone suffering from depression and those just looking to be happy.

 

The Depression Cure: The 6-Step Program to Beat Depression without Drugsdepression cure book

Depression has become an ever-increasing problem over the last ten years or so. About a quarter of all Americans will become depressed sometime in their lives. This is an enlightening and helpful book
written by Dr. Stephen Ilardi. He understands how modern life and society put us under such stress creating problems with diet and sleep.

The program outlined here will help you to return your body clock back to a natural rhythm so your body
can perform as it was designed to. This book, The Depression Cure has helped thousands to successfully transform their lifestyle. Even those who have tried medication have found help with this incredible book and its well thought out self help program.

 

The Mindful Way Through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness

mindfulnessanddepressionWhat is mindfulness? This book introduces a revolutionary new way to live your life: being mindful. If you’ve heard this term before but didn’t quite understand what it meant then you are in for a treat. This book will certainly help you to get through your depression and come out feeling better and more positive about all aspects of your life and future.

The trick is that you shouldn’t be ignoring the difficulties of your life and you have to deal with your emotions and this book shows you how to do that. Important lessons in this book include how thinking too much about your situation or trying to follow the advice to “just snap out of it” can lead to more misery. Lessons from four experts guide you to use elements of meditation, Eastern philosophies and cognitive therapy and escape the depths and hell of depression. Get this book!

 

 

sensitiveperson The Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide: Emotional Sensitivity and Depression  I wholeheartedly recommend this book to those who struggle with depression and don’t know why. Being a sensitive person can make depression more likely so if you think you have this problem then I strongly suggest you try reading this book because it will open your eyes.

halfemptyheart The Half-Empty Heart: a supportive Guide to Breaking Free from Chronic Discontent    Discusses depression known as dysthymia. Symptoms of include constant disappointment, lack of motivation and feelings of hopelessness. The last part of the book is a five-week program designed to help you change your life and conquer your symptoms

 

The Bipolar Disorder Guide: What you and your Family need to Knowbipolardisorder  This book should be required reading for people with the disorder, their family members, and the therapists who treat them. A terrific and highly readable discussion about the illness, its features, its management, and plenty of tips.

 

 

postpartumdepressionThis Isn’t What I Expected: Overcoming Postpartum Depression  If you even THINK you might have PPD this is the book to read! A few of the questions answered inside: What can I do about the terrible, scary thoughts I’m having? Can I take medication and still breastfeed? How can I help my husband understand? How can I possibly take care of my baby if I can’t take care of myself?  I love my baby so much, but I’m so scared of being alone. What if I make a mistake or do something terrible?

 

Read About Depression

shopping-with-us-is-safe

 If you read any of the above then I would love to hear how they helped you.

Reading is an important source of inspiration and motivation but a word of advice: reading alone is not enough. Take the time to work through the exercises and steps that each book above contains. If you put into action and absorb the information, the benefits are huge.