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Stepping Out Of The Cloud: You can beat depression, this is how (Includes:- A free self hypnosis MP3 to accelerate the process A guided mindful meditation track) [Kindle Edition] - Free Download @ Amazon

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29 Reviews Scores Average 4.9 Out Of 5 - Autumn Winter Months for some can be a bleak time - Hope This Helps. The author Emma J Triplett is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist and Life Coa… Read More
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29 Reviews Scores Average 4.9 Out Of 5 - Autumn Winter Months for some can be a bleak time - Hope This Helps.

The author Emma J Triplett is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist and Life Coach with over 6,000 clinical hours helping people get out and stay out of depression. Her revolutionary direct and down to earth way of explaining why and how depression forms combined with practical techniques help you take control and get the ‘real you’ back again.

Includes:-
A free self hypnosis MP3 to accelerate the process
A guided mindful meditation track
11 Practical exercises to follow

Also included free is full email support direct from the author to help you step your of your depression - links included a the end of the book

Getting stuck in a big black cloud of despair and hopelessness where you feel isolated and lonely can seem eternal if not terminal. You're exhausted most of the time and you’ve lost interest in everything, even life itself sometimes - Depression.

But it doesn’t have to be like that.

In this inspiring, breakthrough book the myths around depression are exposed, the truth is uncovered and exactly how you can beat depression step by step is revealed. Stepping Out of the Cloud will change how you think about depression and give you new hope and energy into breaking free of it forever

Part 1 – ‘Getting Depressed - Why You? Tells you the truth about depression, what it is, how it develops, why you’ve got it and includes new startling research into evidence that depression could be an allergy to modern life. Part 1 explains why there is so much misconception about depression and you hear from credible medical sources that 80-90% of people with depression are cured.

Part 2 – ‘Getting Undepressed’ Teaches you exactly what to do, at your own pace and in your own way in order to turn your back on depression and walk towards happiness. It includes practical easy to follow exercises and routines that will help embed new habits that keep depression at bay whilst retraining the way your mind thinks.

Part 3 – ‘Maintaining Happiness’ Shows you how to break the notorious depression relapse cycle and be in control of your own happiness. When you’ve got that mastered, you can then go on to learn the advanced skills of activating your subconscious superpower so you can engineer your life to be exactly how you want it to be.

“how to get your smile back forever, best book on depression you’ll ever read”

“This has really given me new hope that I don’t have to be at the mercy of my negative thought patterns – rather than just being advised to ‘think positive”, this has given me specific activities which will help to tweak the way my mind works. Without being over-scientific, this just makes the penny drop regarding why the brain fixates on depressive thoughts and why they won’t go away on their own – and then explains how to change gear mentally and disperse the dark clouds”

“A down-to-earth but inspiring guide. Emma is a source of new hope for sufferers of depression and negative thinking, explaining why the brain has developed these habits in a way that enables us to understand that the thought patterns can be changed and that this in turn will open up new, positive opportunities in life.”

Depression isn’t you. You just have depression right now, it’s an illness that can be cured easily when you know how – this book teaches you how.

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The author Emma J Triplett

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How do you get the MP3?
#3
topcat67
How do you get the MP3?


Should be in link in the book probably index or at end
1 Like #4
Thanks, recommended to a friend :)
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A great first step.
#6
Boz
topcat67
How do you get the MP3?
Should be in link in the book probably index or at end
I think it requires an Audible account...

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Thanks OP. Look forward to your posts.
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Blasphemous
Boz
topcat67
How do you get the MP3?
Should be in link in the book probably index or at end
I think it requires an Audible account...https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5771/30606773753_9861fb4409_b.jpg



That's for the alternative audible download option (which is a complete audio transcript of the book Text )
The Kindle Book With The audio option is free
as Amazon have published on their site.
I haven't loaded the book onto my kindle yet
but there will be a link to the audio track contained
somewhere in the book as it is included in the free
purchase of the Kindle book. :)

Edited By: Boz on Dec 04, 2016 17:57
#9
tightasagnatschu
Thanks OP. Look forward to your posts.


Thank You :)
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Thanks Boz..
#11
Boz
Blasphemous
Boz
topcat67
How do you get the MP3?
Should be in link in the book probably index or at end
I think it requires an Audible account...https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5771/30606773753_9861fb4409_b.jpg
That's for the alternative audible download option (which is a complete audio transcript of the book Text )
The Kindle Book With The audio option is free
as Amazon have published on their site.
I haven't loaded the book onto my kindle yet
but there will be a link to the audio track contained
somewhere in the book as it is included in the free
purchase of the Kindle book. :)
OK, I've downloaded and looked at the book. There are indeed a few links toward the end of the book (I cannot provide the link as all contents of the book are copyright protected as outlined at the beginning of the book), to some exercises etc.
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Unfortunately, it's now saying £2.86 which obviously isn't much - but not free.
I do agree with Satan_Claws depression is truly and completely awful. For me it's something I've battled with most of my life and not sure I'd like to go into the why's and wherefores on a public site. I so wish it were a case of taking some pills and voila! It's a complex disease which sometimes doesn't have a specific trigger and can and does permeate every nook and cranny of life - sadly. I wish you well Satan_Claws you sound like you know what you're talking about, unfortunately so do I
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The most frustrating element of mental illness is, sometimes there can be no life event or stressor that causes it - I'm surprised a Doctor would give such black and white advice, especially nowadays.

"What happened to you?" can play a part - how we respond to grief, trauma, immense upheavals is unique to us - but sometimes depression can overwhelm you and you don't know why.

Ruminating thought is obsessive thinking that "snapping out of" is hard to break, that's irrationality in action. Isolation is protecting your depressed self from further stress, and people's judgement - but at the same time it also stops you discovering joyful and healing things too, but when your head is so black, it feels like your only option.

Depression can affect career choices, social life, relationships, health (I have struggled terribly with insomnia for years and it leaves me absolutely wiped out - and I mean not being able to sleep for days unless I'm medicated, because my brain just won't Shut Up!), it devastates your life left unaddressed.

It's much more complex than just "thinking happy thoughts" - which may be why I'm struggling with the CBT method/classes I'm attending at the moment.

Anyway, I'm probably wasting my time trying to explain!
#15
Cliffs;

- OP made a lovely, helpful post
- Was thanked by several other members
- A different member then made an insulting, totally uninformed, completely reductive statement about depression being something that people can choose to have or not
- Members made counter statements informing said person how wrong they were
- Said person becomes confused and starts accusing other people of insulting them
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I must have missed some drama on this thread, haha. I don't mind people not understanding, I have had judgement in the past and it's hard to get into someone's head when you're lucky enough to be emotionally stable. Insulting people isn't on, though :)

Wishing you a good Monday x
#17
Can anyone forward the mp3 version if at all possible ...tia
#18
louiselouise
I must have missed some drama on this thread, haha. I don't mind people not understanding, I have had judgement in the past and it's hard to get into someone's head when you're lucky enough to be emotionally stable. Insulting people isn't on, though :)
Wishing you a good Monday x


Absolutely I hope the Mods Stamp On This Unfortunate & Increasing Trend On HUKD

From my inexperienced understanding , I gather that Depression is a complicated illness and certainly is not

a matter that should be the subject of ridicule in this forum.

Edited By: Boz on Dec 05, 2016 20:40
1 Like #19
louiselouise
The most frustrating element of mental illness is, sometimes there can be no life event or stressor that causes it - I'm surprised a Doctor would give such black and white advice, especially nowadays.
"What happened to you?" can play a part - how we respond to grief, trauma, immense upheavals is unique to us - but sometimes depression can overwhelm you and you don't know why.
Ruminating thought is obsessive thinking that "snapping out of" is hard to break, that's irrationality in action. Isolation is protecting your depressed self from further stress, and people's judgement - but at the same time it also stops you discovering joyful and healing things too, but when your head is so black, it feels like your only option.
Depression can affect career choices, social life, relationships, health (I have struggled terribly with insomnia for years and it leaves me absolutely wiped out - and I mean not being able to sleep for days unless I'm medicated, because my brain just won't Shut Up!), it devastates your life left unaddressed.
It's much more complex than just "thinking happy thoughts" - which may be why I'm struggling with the CBT method/classes I'm attending at the moment.
Anyway, I'm probably wasting my time trying to explain!

My last girlfriend trained as a therapist and I'm sure she was of the opinion that CBT was no use for treating depression, but CBT is basically the only treatment offered on the NHS so unfortunately is used as a not so effective cure-all. I've also come across several reports that show that exercise is a very effctive way of treating depression (obviously very important to find an exercise you enjoy).

Edited By: 3guesses on Dec 06, 2016 13:34
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Funnily enough, before my CBT classes I watched a Youtube seminar on depression/anxiety/psychiatric illnsesses hosted by a professor (I sometimes watch videos of new therapies or treatments, to see what's out there) and he said the very same thing.

I went with an open mind but it's very hard to de-construct years of thinking and behaving, just by challenging thoughts - but of course you have to confront what you're avoiding or not doing to get well. Obviously those with complex disorders such as schizophrenia can't be treated with CBT.

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