Hack Your Depression

Hack Your Depression

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Millions of adults are depressed. If you fall in this group, help is here: "Hack Your Depression" can give you immediate relief, in the form of tested stratagems-no-nonsense tips that really work. Therapy is expensive. This book isn't! In it, you'll find a wealth of real-world advice drawn from therapy, from personal experience, and from the latest scientific research. When you're depressed, you don't need to be told "happiness is a choice" or "things could always be worse." You need deep insights, not easy pop-psych platitudes. This book is crammed full of short, easy-to-digest, easy-to-apply stratagems designed to allow you to make real progress on your problems, at your own pace, using reality-based techniques that don't require a wholesale change of personality overnight. Learn what the scientific research says about the connections between trauma, PTSD, and depression. Find out what it's like inside a mental health rehab unit. Find out what the research says about EFT ("tapping"), EMDR, the "rewind technique," and other techniques for dealing with trauma. Learn the nuanced, non-simplistic truth about antidepressants. Find out why the science on electroshock therapy is shockingly substandard (and why you should never choose ECT, if you can avoid it). Get the facts; get inspiration; get techniques you can put to use, "right now, today." It's all in this book. Take your recovery to the next level. "Hack Your Depression!"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.4mm | 299.37g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507847262
  • 9781507847268
  • 2,428,040

About Kas Thomas

KAS THOMAS has written widely on science and technology topics. He holds degrees in biology and microbiology from the University of California (Irvine and Davis, respectively). In addition to being a featured contributor at BigThink.com, and a prolific blogger at hackyourdepression.com and elsewhere, Thomas is active on Twitter (with over 300,000 followers) and LinkedIn (where he has 8,000+ direct connections). Thomas is also the author of the mental-illness memoir "Of Two Minds" (ISBN 1507753926). He lives with his wife in Jacksonville, Florida.show more