A Day Called Hope

A Day Called Hope

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For years Gareth O'Callaghan, one of Ireland's most popular broadcasters, suffered severe depression. No one guessed that as soon as he was off air, he would retreat to his bed, sometimes suicidal thoughts, and barely able to function as a husband and father of three small children. In this candid and courageous account, he describes the nightmare he and his family lived through for so long. He looks back to his childhood where he believes his low self-esteem took root, and traces a pattern common to many. As soon as he was diagnosed, Gareth began a determined fight back to health. Now fully recovered and no longer on anti-depressants, he has emerged with a deep understanding of how depression takes hold - and how to loosen its grasp. Here he shares his insight, practical knowledge, and convictions in a mission to spread hope to all those affected by it.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 126 x 196 x 14mm | 140g
  • Hodder Paperback
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0340826495
  • 9780340826492
  • 1,505,729

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'a moving account of overcoming depression' -- Good Housekeeping 'an intensely honest and personal account' -- Dublin Daily 'I read your book last night and for the first time in twelve long, lonely years I got healing. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.' -- Reader letter
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About Gareth O'Callaghan

Gareth O'Callaghan is a radio broadcaster known throughout Ireland for his lively afternoon show on 2FM. He has been a DJ for 20 years and previously worked in a department store, in insurance, and briefly joined the priesthood. He is a master practitioner in neurolinguistic psychology and now travels Ireland giving talks to doctors and support groups on the subject of depression. He has three daughters and lives in North Dublin.
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41 ratings
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4 27% (11)
3 15% (6)
2 12% (5)
1 5% (2)
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