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You Mean I Don't Have to Feel This Way?
You Mean I Don't Have to Feel This Way?
New Help for Depression, Anxiety, and Addiction

"A down-to-earth, hopeful, useful--and, from the point of view of this 'recovered' depressive-- accurate account of how to treat depression."

Mike Wallace, 60 Minutes.

  • Colette Dowling documents the latest research linking depression and related disorders to a physical cause
    • and shows why willpower
    • understanding
    • and psychotherapy
  • so often fail to work.
  • She watched depression destroy her husband's life and nearly destroy her daughter's -- until dramatic help was found.
  • Now her book offers the same lifesaving help to the millions who still suffer depression and related disorders--which include
    • panic, anxiety, phobias, PMS, alcohol and drug abuse, bulimia, migraine, and obesity.
  • It explains state-of-the-art medical treatments that can bring about dramatic improvement--and often full recovery--within weeks.
  • Upbeat, filled with hope and warmth, Colette Dowling's book will change minds and save lives.
  • This important book includes:
    • startling new links between eating disorders, addiction, and depression.
    • How to recognize the symptoms of depression and anxiety disorders.
    • New treatments for depressed children and adolescents.
    • A guide to breakthrough drugs for treating mood, anxiety, and eating disorders.
  • The newest research on the use of antidepressants to prevent substance-abuse relapse.
  • How to find expert help and evaluate the treatment you are given.

by Colette Dowling
James I. Hudson (Introduction)
Harrison Pope (Introduction)



289 pages


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