How to find books about treatments for depression

October 6, 2012

Depression is a mental disorder which affects millions of persons in the world, every year. Nobody can be excluded from this disease because this is an evil of the soul. I consider depression like the absolute evil, a terrible form of self destruction without a specific reason.

Today it is still impossible to know the real truth of this disorder. And for this raison, so many people, among men and women, have been remaining for years without a right healthcare and totally         alone.

Depression needs a correct therapy, but in the meanwhile you can read some books that might be useful to learn more about this disorder. There are many books, around, on various form of depression and its therapies.

The best books about depression are those advised from your psychotherapist or those published by research institution or famous psychiatrics. On the web it is possible to find some interesting book about depression.

According many readers, the book Understanding Depression: What We Know and What You Can Do About It, by J Raymond De Paulo,Jr and Leslie Alan Horvitz, is very useful. This work was published in 2002 by Wiley and has 304 pages.

Here is a review about this book  by Canhers business informations: “DePaulo covers all aspects of the illness what it feels like; who tends to have it (women are two or three times more likely to be diagnosed than men, not necessarily the same thing); the biology of depression; possible courses of therapy; and psychopharmacology. DePaulo also discusses bipolar disorder (manic depression), and he covers both mainstream and alternative treatments…”.

Many readers recommend this work for depressed person’s family and his friends. Other advised books are: Overcoming depression by Demitri Papolos and Survivind Manic Depression, by E.Fuller Torrey, M.D, Michael B Kanable and D.O, a detailed exploration about one the most serious form of depression: bipolar disorder.

As you wait for to get out from depression, it is well reading books on Religion and Spirituality. Depression is frequently caused by a wrong lifestyle, an exasperated research to consumer goods or money that separates us from our inner life.

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