Don't let depression get in the way of the life you want to live!
Many people suffer from depression on a daily basis. The hard part is learning to live with it. Getting up and getting moving can seem like an insurmountable chore. You know you need to be productive but your brain just won't cooperate.
Get It Done When You're Depressed, Second Edition offers 50 strategies to break the cycle of inactivity that so often accompanies depression. These strategies are practical and easily applicable for anyone trying to lead a lifetime of productivity, regardless of your mood.
In this revised edition, you'll find these strategies and more:
• Feel the depression--and do it anyway.
• Generate creativity.
• Allow time for positive results.
• Know when your brain is lying to you.
• Tips on differenciating depression from bipolar disorder.
It's time to come out from under your depression brain fog, create a daily structure, and feel great about yourself and your abilities again!
About the Authors:
Julie A. Fast has dealt with depression all of her adult life. During most of that time she struggled with getting things done, until she developed and used the strategies described in this book. She started two web pages, www.juliefast.com and www.bipolarhappens.com; wrote five books on mood disorders (including Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder and Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder with co-author John D. Preston). She has also received the Eli Lilly Reintergration Achievement Award.
John D. Preston, Psy.D., ABPP, is professor of psychology with Alliant International University, Sacramento, California. Dr. Preston is the author of 18 books on psychtherapy, psychopharmacology, spirituality and emotional healing, and neurobiology, among others. He is also the author of the "Drugs in Psychiatry" chapter in The Encyclopedia Americana.