How to cope with depression

Seven helpful steps to a depression free life. How do you prevent depression? Is there any cure for depression? How many kinds of depression are there out there?


My name is Nancy Miller. I am a graduate of Coach University, have a masters degree, a background in psychology and a successful Life Coaching practice. But, more importantly I have been where are you are now. What's that saying - "Do not judge a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes"?  Well, believe me I have walked in your shoes - at least on the days when I managed to get out of bed!

I have suffered from recurring depression all my adult life, each episode increasing in length and severity.

I have had periods where I thought I was 'cured', only to be disappointed and frustrated when the depression returned. I have had years when I had no serious episodes and times when I have spent weeks on end unable to find a reason to get out of bed.

But now my struggle with depression is FINALLY over. I have broken the cycle and am living a wonderful life despite being vulnerable to depression.

I cannot say "I will never be depressed again" (although as each year passes this seems less and less likely) But I can say that even if the depression returns it will not rob me of my vitality!

How can I be so sure?

Because I have created a personal strategy that uses my tendency to depression to improve rather than detract from my quality of life.

I use my low moods to teach me how to take better care of myself or to alert me to things I need to handle differently or change.

You can use a similar strategy to permanently end your battle with depression. Or you can offer these insights and techniques to a loved one and help them to enjoy their life again.

'7 Steps to a Depression Free Life' is truly a comprehensive approach to a new way of living.

In it you will learn:

* Why it is essential to treat the root causes of depression, not just its symptoms

* Why medication helps but does not prevent recurrence

* Why the flip side of depression is not just being depression free but being fully alive

* How the very effectiveness of medication can fuel damaging feelings of failure

* Which attitudes make depression last longer, and which decrease its impact on you

* How to handle friends and relatives who drain you of energy

* What to do to improve your mood, naturally

* Which herbs and vitamins appear to help lift and prevent depression

* How and why to ask whether depression has positive benefits for you, without casting blame on yourself

* How a support team and journal can become crucial tools for becoming depression-free

* Tools to enhance the long-term effects of traditional therapies


PLUS - you receive a list of more than two dozen web sites that provide information and support for your recovery from depression.

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