Book Reviews of When Someone You Know is Depressed: What You Need to Know about Depression and Its Effects on Relationships

When Someone You Know is Depressed: What You Need to Know about Depression and Its Effects on Relationships
When Someone You Know is Depressed What You Need to Know about Depression and Its Effects on Relationships
Author: Laura Epstein Rosen
ISBN-13: 9780684824079
ISBN-10: 0684824078
Publication Date: 9/6/1996
Pages: 272
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Free Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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A very helpful resource that I used when I was going through death of 5 members in my family and the tremendous sorrow and grief that I had to deal with and work through.It will also help your loved ones in knowing how to help you through the seasons of grief and the stages you go through.
Counseling is also sometimes needed.It is also a good idea to talk with your DR. and others have a church pastor,priest or minister counsel them.The big issue in this is to not isolate yourself during these times.It hurts and is hard but with help,friends and God you can make it through it.
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Excellent book that provides a thorough explanation on depression. Describes what depression looks like and how it often manifests as anger and irritability toward a lover.
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way out of date! and not to helpful either. printed in 1996 REALLY needs updating. so this book was not what i was thinking it was going to be and like i said not helpful to me or my depressed loved one in this, only in a 1/4th of this book actually is what i needed to read, and it's what i knew already. on to the next book-i'll keep looking and a support group does help, knowing you are not alone when the burden is heavy on those days. friends are a blessing to vent with.i love my husband and this is the journey or path we are on right now,but the cure will come...someday.