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- Publisher: Crown Publications
- Format: Paperback | 306 pages
- Dimensions: 134mm x 200mm x 22mm | 340g
- Publication date: 1 August 1999
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0609804154
- ISBN 13: 9780609804155
- Edition statement: Pbk.
- Sales rank: 139,141
Offers coping strategies for the spouses, parents, children, and lovers of depressed people, outlining the five stages of depression fallout.
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Anne Sheffield is the daughter of a depressive. She has worked as a scientist at the Population and Development Program of the Battelle Memorial Institute and has run her own consulting firm. For more information on depression fallout, visit the author's Web site: depressionfallout.com.
"Anne Sheffield has guided me to fresh recognitions of myself . . . I wish we'd had this book decades ago." --Rose Styron
Each year more than 17 million Americans suffer from a depressive illness, yet few suffer in solitude. How You Can Survive When They're Depressed explores depression from the perspective of those who are closest to the sufferers of this prevalent disorder--spouses, parents, children, and lovers--and gives the successful coping strategies of many people who live with a clinical depressive or manic-depressive and often suffer in silence, believing their own problems have no claim to attention. Depression fallout is the emotional toll on the depressive's family and close friends who are unaware of their own stressful reactions and needs. Sheffield outlines the five stages of depression fallout: confusion, self-doubt, demoralization, anger, and finally, the desire to escape. Many people will find relief in the knowledge that their self-blame, guilt, sadness, and resentment are a natural result of living with a depressed person. Sheffield brings together many real-life examples from the pioneering support group she attends at Beth Israel Medical Center of how people with depression fallout have learned to cope. From setting boundaries to maintaining an outside social life, she gives practical tactics for handling the challenges and emotional stresses on a day-to-day basis.