Real Stories of Depression by Amrita Tripathi and Arpita Anand - Book Marathon Book 7

 When feeling sad or happy is not in anyone's control, it feels helpless. Tears flow without a reason but we would not be able to control them. Amidst the crowd, we feel alone and disoriented. What could it be Real stories of dealing with depression by Amrita Tripathi and Arpita Anand is a real account of a bunch of fighters who have defeated the monster of loneliness and fear. The book has included people from different walks of life and hence relatable to every reader. 

Real Stories of Depression


When we hear it from the ones who survived, it gives strength to those who are fighting depression. It gives a raw hope to alight the flight of steps to a normal life. This is the highlight of Real Stories of Dealing with Depression.

There are accounts of people who have survived the terror with alternate medicine. This is a rare situation because often psychologists refrain from sharing such real examples. It's commendable. There a few books which give you poetic satisfaction. Depression is one such book.



Amidst the real experiences, there are a few write-ups as well by experts. It clearly demarcated depression from sadness. The book should be read by everyone irrespective of the history of mental illness because, this could be you and me in the future and if you are aware, helps comes early. 



Comments

  1. Depression can be a subject of a book I never thought in my life. But the review of the book opened up my mind and show me a new world where stories of depression can be a topic to discuss and understand. I am thankful to you for sharing such a good review

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  2. This kind of book is useful for all..as depression sometimes creates menace in our life and many fail to fight back and survive...all should read these kind of books..whether they are in such situations or not. And thanks to you for sharing this kind of book review...it will be a kind of inspiration for us from the book.❤️

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  3. I totally avoid books on mental health as reading them makes me feel sad that people are in so much pain but this book looks nice. Great review Rakhi🤗🤗💖.

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  4. Real life experiences teach some valuable lessons . Books like these help others to deal with depression.thank you for the recommendation.

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  5. I feel books on Mental health is a real necessity now.

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  6. This book is the need of the hour especially in the time of the pandemic. Mental Health 💉 is the topic on which we should talk more.

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  7. Looks like everyone should read this book when each one of us has faced or still fighting with depression. Great review.

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  8. Reading books on depression makes me sad. But it takes a lot of courage to talk about the issues. It gives us the strength to fight and raise again.

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  9. Depression kills us. I wish god created the power in us to overcome depression. Every one must open up about ter issues. If not a person, atleast by writing.

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  10. I love to read in depression 😊Reading take me in another world and drastically I start to forget my problems. Surely read this book sometime, I feel there I can find motivational lesson's for life💯

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  11. I don't read books on depression kinda thing but"When we hear it from the ones who survived, it gives strength to those who are fighting depression" Yess I agree with this. As we all know Hope is stronger than fear!! Thanks for this book review.

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  12. Topics like these are sometimes left untouched by most of us , but with so much happening around us , we need to talk about it more and more so we can save lives. I have been through this and it is difficult to deal with it many a times. Thanks for this review , i will add it in my reading list. ♥️😄

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