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Audio exclusive on how to overcome loneliness at the end of the book.
If you're suffering from very low mood, you can end up feeling alone, desperately struggling to find a way through - but recovery is possible and, in the audiobook of Making Peace with Depression, best-selling authors Sarah Rayner and Kate Harrison, together with Dr. Patrick Fitzgerald, discuss how. They explain that hating or fighting depression can actually prolong suffering, whereas making peace with difficult emotions by compassionately accepting these feelings can restore health and happiness.
Sarah (Making Friends with Anxiety) and Kate (The 5:2 Diet Book) talk with candor, compassion, and humor about lifting low mood and easing symptoms because they’ve both experienced - and recovered from - depression themselves, while Dr. Patrick Fitzgerald draws on his clinical understanding to offer practical advice on treatment options and finding support.
The book explores:
The different types of depressive illness
Where to seek help and how to get a diagnosis
The pros and cons of commonly prescribed medications
The different kinds of therapy available
Why depression can cause so many physical symptoms
What to do if you suffer suicidal thoughts
How to stop the spiral of negative thinking
Evidence-based steps to avoid relapse
Reflecting the latest National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines, Making Peace with Depression is a book that doesn't shy away from the distress that depression can cause, yet is surprisingly uplifting overall.