Don’t want to get out of bed in the morning? Feeling as though the light is fading at the end of the tunnel? Sir Winston Churchill, who suffered from depression all his life, referred to it as the “black dog”. Some call it the cancer of the twenty-first century.
It can happen to any of us. In fact, one in five Australians suffer from it and the number of depression sufferers is rising.
Need help to tame the “black dog” of depression?
There’s a Light at the End of the Tunnel is a comprehensive self-help guide to overcoming depression.
Written in simple non-technical language by Joan Zawatzky, a practising psychologist who has helped many of her patients combat depression. She shares her first-hand experiences and suggests practical “tricks” to tame the “black dog”.
In this powerful self-help program she presents:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy that breaks down your negativity and destructiveness and helps you to rebuild your life.
- Case histories and explanations describing the many forms of depression, its causes, symptoms and the treatments available.
- Inspirational tales to bring hope into your life and motivate your recovery.
Be heartened, There’s a Light at the End of the Tunnel.