Undoing Depression by Richard O'Connor
What Therapy Doesn't Teach You and Medication Can't Give You

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Like heart disease, says psychotherapist Richard O'Connor, depression is fueled by complex and interrelated factors: genetic, biochemical, environmental. In this refreshingly sensible book, O'Connor focuses on an additional factor often overlooked: our own habits. Unwittingly we get good at depression. We learn how to hide it, how to work around it. We may even achieve great things, but with constant struggle rather than satisfaction. Relying on these methods to make it through each day, we deprive ourselves of true recovery, of deep joy and healthy emotion.

UNDOING DEPRESSION teaches us how to replace depressive patterns with a new and more effective set of skills. We already know how to "do" depression-and we can learn how to undo it. With a truly holistic approach that synthesizes the best of the many schools of thought about this painful disease, O'Connor offers new hope-and new life-for sufferers of depression.

About Richard O'Connor

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Marilyn Peters and Richard O'Connor are board members of the Nutley Historical Society. With some one hundred seventy photographs, old and new, the authors have endeavored to illustrate many of the changes that have taken place, as Nutley has tried, and succeeded, to keep its unique hometown feeling. They are pleased to present Then & Now: Nutley during this, the town's one hundredth anniversary year.
Published December 29, 2009 by Little, Brown and Company. 368 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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