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The Ultimate Guide On How To Overcome Depression: 7 small steps you can take to quickly return to happiness by John Hayes

For people who have never suffered from depression, it is difficult to explain why we need to cure depression.Telling you “to snap out of it” doesn’t help.
Depression can take hold of your life, and can make you miserable, and it can leave you feeling overwhelmed by your own life.
You are not alone as the World Health Organisation estimates that 121 million people worldwide have some form of depression.
Symptoms include:
Low energy
It’s hard to find the motivation to do anything
It can be difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep
It is difficult to concentrate on anything
Headaches and backaches are frequent
It is possible to feel lonely even in a group of people

If you feel that you are depressed this book will show you 7 steps that you can easily take to make you feel happier.

See what other people are saying about this book:
5.0 out of 5 stars Concise and high in value 21 Mar 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
This is a self help book by John Hayes that someone who is suffering from depression is actually likely to read because it is concise(under 30 pages), and contains some easy to understand advice. The book starts out by clarifying what depression actually is and in doing so builds considerable empathy with the reader. The text then moves on to suggest ways to be happy and ward off negativity which is the preventative bit. The author then builds on these foundations with “things to keep in mind to combat depression”. If depression does get the better of you the book also explores “concrete solutions” to overcome depression – I think the ideas are really practical.

The book is written in a concise empathetic way and makes some very good suggestions to manage yourself if you are prone to depression. As a diabetic I can suffer from low mood and I find myself “replaying” the advice in this compact book from John Hayes. The language is straightforward and the book is “level talking” – there’s no jargon, it’s non-patronising and it contains simple but positive advice.

I really like this short book which has already had quite an impact on my self management. Recommended.

5.0 out of 5 stars Eye opening 26 Mar 2014
By RandyMorrison
Format:Kindle Edition
Depression is a big topic in the world today. Clinical depression has gone through the roof in the last decades and I believe everybody should learn about this topic and how to address it. This book has given me a new understanding and ideas of how to help a 2 friends of mine that are currently going through that hell. Thanks!

5.0 out of 5 stars A seriously good guide! 25 Mar 2014
By Wayne Evans
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I agree with the book, life is good… so, if you are feeling ‘under par’ you need to do something about it.

This book starts with an overview of depression and then gives excellent strategies to (a) overcome it and (b) avoid it in the future.

It also has an understanding on feeling blue, but tackles the issues head on.

Well done John Hayes!