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DO YOU WANT TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR DEPRESSION?

WOULD YOU LIKE TO CHANNEL IT INTO SOMETHING CREATIVE?

WRITING MAY BE THE ANSWER FOR YOU.

Write Through Depression is for anyone who wants to release their thoughts unedited and without fear of embarrassment or rejection. You don’t have to be a master of spelling, grammar or punctuation to make use of this book. Discover ho
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Kindle Edition, 133 pages
Published March 17th 2019
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Sophie Bowns
Mar 25, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
What a wonderful self help book. I had the pleasure of reading this on my bus commute today, and I have to say that it resonated with me. The book offers helpful tips and advice and is designed as a workbook where you can keep track of your own progress. Although I didn’t complete the workbook itself, I did take a note of some of the lists and will refer back to this book if I ever need them. Bravo Natalie!
Ellie Williams
Mar 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Wonderful.
Such a lovely presented piece. I related to a lot of what Natalie was saying and I have also experienced much of what she had gone through. I will do the challenge and let her know how I got on. Great read, very hopeful and enlightening.
Heather Kirchhoff
Write Through Depression is a good resource to have if you're struggling or have struggled in the past. It gives a lot of good tips and suggestions. Definitely worth checking out. The questions are a nice touch and gives you something to think about.
Kimana McCallum
Mar 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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This was a wonderful book with a lot of great questions and information to help you. Natalie's writing made it feel okay to share whatever was on you mind while engaging you to keep reading.
Jasmine Shouse
Oct 07, 2019 rated it liked it
Excellent concept, and Natalie Roberts has a clear resounding voice. I struggled to get through only due to the numerous run-ons and occasionally jumbled language. With an editor to clean it up some, this book could be really amazing.
Sonia cristina
May 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Really good book. I had depression not far ago. I read it for curiosity, some parts of the book look like you were writing about myself. More people need to talk about depression. Thank you. Well done Natalie. Xx
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Natalie is a Freelance Writer, Amazon International Bestselling Author & Blogger.

She writes for print and online magazines, as well as copywriting for a variety of platforms.

Her specialist subjects include self-help, personal development and social care.


She signed a book deal with Jessica Kingsley Publishers in February 2015. Mouth Care: An Essential Guide for Carers is specifically aimed at pr
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