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What to Do When Someone You Love is Depressed : A Practical, Compassionate, and Helpful Guide
Golant, Mitch and Susan K. Golant
Henry Holt / Softcover / 2007-08-01 / 0805082778
Depression & Manic Depression / Relationships (Self Help)
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A clinical psychologist and expert on depression updates the book that has helped thousands with its combination of professional advice and comfort   There are few circumstances in life as hard and at the same time as important as being a friend to a person who is suffering from depression. What to Do When Someone You Love Is Depressed offers guidance to the friends and family of a depressed person on how to keep one's own spirits up and at the same time do what is best to help a loved one get through a difficult time.

Among the many subjects addressed are:
• the warning signs of serious illness
• how to maintain intimacy and communication
• the most successful forms of treatment
• what to do when someone threatens suicide

This updated edition addresses readers' questions and provides new and expanded information on:
• how to choose the right psychiatrist
• the role and limits of medication
• resistant depression
• the link between depression and chronic illness
• specific challenging situations and advice on handling them

About the Authors:

Mitch Golant, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with a private practice and the vice president of research and development for the Wellness Community-National.

Susan K. Golant is a writer who specializes in physical and mental health and the coauthor Helping Yourself Help Others and Helping Someone with Mental Illness.

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