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A Practical Guide to Beating Depression - cover

A Practical Guide to Beating Depression

Charlie Wardle

Publisher: Brown Dog Books

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Millions of people suffer with depression, yet in most cases it can be beaten. If you have the understanding and knowledge and can then apply the tools and techniques, then it is possible. This book provides the information in a clear, easy to read way, so that you can treat, manage and prevent depression. As a result of beating depression you will be free to live a much happier and fulfilling life.

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