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30 Days 30 Ways to Overcome Depression

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From bestselling author Bev Aisbett comes a proven, practical and simple workbook to help people manage their depression, with a month's worth of daily strategies and exercises for work and for home.

When you're suffering from depression, sometimes it's as much as you can do to get out of bed, let alone read a book. But this just isn't any other book. This is a practical
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Published January 1st 2020 by HarperCollins
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Usually, tough love and straight honesty is good with me when reading a self or mental help book. This one is short and in that vein and for some reason, even I found it harsh which was surprising after loving authors like Gary John Bishop, author of Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life.

I learned somethings and techniques, there is no doubt of that. Still, I had to take in the suggestions really slowly because as a whole the wording was so judgemental. I felt bad, worse by
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In 1991 Bev Aisbett launched a fulltime freelance career in cartooning and illustration. Around this time, Bev experienced an ordeal commonly known as anxiety disorder. Out of this experience she developed the character "IT" which led to the successful publication of Living With IT, Living IT Up and Letting IT Go. Bev has also published "Get Real, dealing with body image and eating disorders" and ...more

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