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Do you suffer from depression or anxiety and have tried to beat it with a concoction of methods?

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Are you ready to try something new and different, that could lead you to living a much happier life?

Depression and anxiety are two mental conditions that have seen a huge increase in prevalence in recent years. The way we live our lives in the modern world has been one of the biggest factors in this increase, with increasing demands being placed upon us from a variety of sources. It is not the sole factor in the increase, however, which makes treatment through drugs a very tricky thing to get right.

Now, with the fabulous value book bundle, you can start to address your problem in a more natural way that will undoubtedly bring results that will last.
Inside the pages of Depression Anxiety Therapy: 4 Books in 1 The Ultimate Complete Guide to: Anxiety Therapy, Overcome Depression, Overcome Anxiety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Heal your Body for a Happy Life, you’ll find some great techniques and tips that will help you in ways you never imagined, with chapters that cover:

How to remove negativity from your mind and soul
Learn what willpower is and how it works when it comes to acquiring mental toughness
How to improve your self-esteem
Learn to live a positive lifestyle
The different types of anxiety disorders
Practicing mindfulness to help you towards making a fresh start
Relaxing techniques that help to reduce anxiety
How to identify anxiety in different situations
Simple exercises that will help you to relax
Putting it into practice
How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) works
How long it lasts
And much, much more…

Depression and anxiety can be long lasting and debilitating conditions if they are not treated properly. Left alone, they can become chronic and almost impossible to effectively be rid of and can lead to other serious problems that will carry on into later life.

That is why it is so important to get the right help when it is available, and this 4 book bundle is the perfect place for you to start to make things better.

Get a copy of Depression Anxiety Therapy now and take the first steps to a happier, more relaxed and contented life today!


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shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an …Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative


Hang on one minute. First off, I have indeed read some of these books.

Anxiety and depression are illnesses that widely vary. There's just too many variables to list. Some start off mildly depressed and over time it gets worse and worse. Others might be severely depressed to begin with. Anxiety could start mild and get worse or it could be severe right from the start.

What's certain in this day and age is most people's first port of call will be the internet. After all, if someone recently starts experiencing anxiety, how do they know it's anxiety? They might know what symptoms they are experiencing but not know what it is. Many will be aware of these books and self help guides through this research (The old classic most people know about is "moodjuice").

What you have to look at is how these books almost get advertised as some miracle cure. People can potentially be sucked in by it and spend weeks or months going through self help guides instead of going to the doctors. That means by time they have exhausted the chance of getting better through books, they could have been suffering for many more months instead of going to a doctor and getting meds or other treatment they need.

Those months spent faffing around with books which are less likely to help than medical treatment could delay getting the right help as well. Instead of going to their doctor and being placed on a waiting list right away, they delay being on the waiting list by trying the self help books first and if it doesn't work.... They've got to go on the waiting list anyway.

As well as that, there's a lot of illnesses out there which can be misdiagnosed or confused with anxiety such as Aspergers.

Someone could have gone to a doctor right away and if it's a decent GP, they might recognise that it isn't anxiety but is Aspergers and give them the correct help as soon as possible (Such as getting them referred to other activity groups with people who have Aspergers).

So there you go, I have given some alternatives and reasons for my comment.
Sparkz2k1611/02/2020 11:25

Nooooo not more books claiming to have a miracle cure and trivialising …Nooooo not more books claiming to have a miracle cure and trivialising issues that have destroyed everything in many people's lives. I just hate the way these books makes it all seem so easy to be free from. As if they need to sit down, have a read, do a few steps and 10, 20 even 30 years of suffering is undone.


Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?

I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 11th Feb
Nooooo not more books claiming to have a miracle cure and trivialising issues that have destroyed everything in many people's lives.

I just hate the way these books makes it all seem so easy to be free from. As if they need to sit down, have a read, do a few steps and 10, 20 even 30 years of suffering is undone.
Seriously stop bickering about each other that's what's wrong with this world. If you want to read them then do if you dont then dont its personal choice if it helps one person that's fantastic please be nice to each other
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This is of great help & interest to me. Downloaded & Thankyou for sharing Boz.
Great find.
Thanks Boz..
Nooooo not more books claiming to have a miracle cure and trivialising issues that have destroyed everything in many people's lives.

I just hate the way these books makes it all seem so easy to be free from. As if they need to sit down, have a read, do a few steps and 10, 20 even 30 years of suffering is undone.
Sparkz2k1611/02/2020 11:25

Nooooo not more books claiming to have a miracle cure and trivialising …Nooooo not more books claiming to have a miracle cure and trivialising issues that have destroyed everything in many people's lives. I just hate the way these books makes it all seem so easy to be free from. As if they need to sit down, have a read, do a few steps and 10, 20 even 30 years of suffering is undone.


Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?

I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 11th Feb
Just had a quick run through of the first few pages, great find but the grammar is enough to make your anxiety worse!
thetreelogger11/02/2020 11:41

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they make it worse long term when and have a lot of side effects
shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an …Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative


Dont be so quick to judge the comment, I agree with him there is no quick fix and when you are feeling low stuff like this just wind you up and it’s just frustrating feeling crap all the time knowing that people just don’t get you.
Edited by: "wallie9k2" 11th Feb
shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an …Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative


Hang on one minute. First off, I have indeed read some of these books.

Anxiety and depression are illnesses that widely vary. There's just too many variables to list. Some start off mildly depressed and over time it gets worse and worse. Others might be severely depressed to begin with. Anxiety could start mild and get worse or it could be severe right from the start.

What's certain in this day and age is most people's first port of call will be the internet. After all, if someone recently starts experiencing anxiety, how do they know it's anxiety? They might know what symptoms they are experiencing but not know what it is. Many will be aware of these books and self help guides through this research (The old classic most people know about is "moodjuice").

What you have to look at is how these books almost get advertised as some miracle cure. People can potentially be sucked in by it and spend weeks or months going through self help guides instead of going to the doctors. That means by time they have exhausted the chance of getting better through books, they could have been suffering for many more months instead of going to a doctor and getting meds or other treatment they need.

Those months spent faffing around with books which are less likely to help than medical treatment could delay getting the right help as well. Instead of going to their doctor and being placed on a waiting list right away, they delay being on the waiting list by trying the self help books first and if it doesn't work.... They've got to go on the waiting list anyway.

As well as that, there's a lot of illnesses out there which can be misdiagnosed or confused with anxiety such as Aspergers.

Someone could have gone to a doctor right away and if it's a decent GP, they might recognise that it isn't anxiety but is Aspergers and give them the correct help as soon as possible (Such as getting them referred to other activity groups with people who have Aspergers).

So there you go, I have given some alternatives and reasons for my comment.
shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" …All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative


As for other alternatives that I haven't already mentioned....

Elefriends (An online community run by MIND for those with all sorts of mental health problems)

MIND (Quite a few places have MIND centres to walk into and speak with someone)

Social prescribing (More and more areas are having these services which can be accessed through a GP).

Meds (only available through a GP, stuff like anti d's or Propanalol for the anxiety)


In a lot of cases though depending on the severity and someones personal circumstances, more help is needed that's "hands on" as such, through the GP like access to Occupational therapists, Social/Support workers and regular appointments with a mentor or therapist.
shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an …Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative



The Ultimate Complete Guide to having an opinion.
I thought we had HUD to kill depression and anxiety lol
Seriously stop bickering about each other that's what's wrong with this world. If you want to read them then do if you dont then dont its personal choice if it helps one person that's fantastic please be nice to each other
I have suffered with stress and anxiety and now feel better but I know it's real. I am left with a sense of humour.. I don't have a kindle and the word free worries me.....still a good deal...can't knock it!!
Just added it to my collection of 25 cognitive therapy free books that I was supposed to start reading in January
shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an …Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative


You have totally misunderstood what he was saying and just gone on the attack. You accuse him of wrongly judging the books but you've done just that with the OP.

The books say "Overcome", so they claim you read these and you will overcome your depression and anxiety. A very bold and unrealistic claim. Instead it should say these can help you manage and reduce your depression and anxiety.

You say he could demoralise a long term sufferer but that is ridiculous, a long term sufferer from the very fact that they are, knows full well that there isn't a book out there that can cure you, only help. I've read many and they are much of muchness but can help and provide understanding, so not saying someone should not read them, but go in with realistic expectations. Books like this with these bold claims are more likely to demoralise someone and increase their hopelessness if they don't live up to their claim.
Edited by: "xenophon" 11th Feb
fatabelly11/02/2020 14:00

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I don't think calling someone a waste of oxygen is very appropriate in this thread! Jeez Louise, and you call him an insensitive jerk.
alison.fisher11/02/2020 16:52

Seriously stop bickering about each other that's what's wrong with this …Seriously stop bickering about each other that's what's wrong with this world. If you want to read them then do if you dont then dont its personal choice if it helps one person that's fantastic please be nice to each other


Nothing like that happening here. I've voiced an opinion which I'm fully entitled to do so in a public comments section of a public website.

If someone doesn't agree with me then that's all good. They can disagree with me in the public comments section of a public website.
shtivshtiv11/02/2020 11:30

Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an …Have you read these books? I don't see how you can possibly have an opinion on these specific books if you haven't so you must have read them to dismiss them so easily, right?I find it especially galling that you criticise them without offering any sort of solution yourself whilst acknowledging how difficult it might be for someone suffering. Your comment just has this air of hopelessness about it. Not only could this demoralise a long time sufferer but perhaps might put someone on the brink of a serious problem from addressing it now in a preventative way. All because some randomer on the internet has said "these are rubbish" without any alternative


Just snap out of it.
Biggushlong11/02/2020 18:24

I have suffered with stress and anxiety and now feel better but I know …I have suffered with stress and anxiety and now feel better but I know it's real. I am left with a sense of humour.. I don't have a kindle and the word free worries me.....still a good deal...can't knock it!!


Be thankful you have bold letters! Nobody else has you must be special
xenophon11/02/2020 18:28

You have totally misunderstood what he was saying and just gone on the …You have totally misunderstood what he was saying and just gone on the attack. You accuse him of wrongly judging the books but you've done just that with the OP.The books say "Overcome", so they claim you read these and you will overcome your depression and anxiety. A very bold and unrealistic claim. Instead it should say these can help you manage and reduce your depression and anxiety. You say he could demoralise a long term sufferer but that is ridiculous, a long term sufferer from the very fact that they are, knows full well that there isn't a book out there that can cure you, only help. I've read many and they are much of muchness but can help and provide understanding, so not saying someone should not read them, but go in with realistic expectations. Books like this with these bold claims are more likely to demoralise someone and increase their hopelessness if they don't live up to their claim.


Nope
Love the way the related items lists the Joker film.
And Phil Colins
alison.fisher11/02/2020 16:52

Seriously stop bickering about each other that's what's wrong with this …Seriously stop bickering about each other that's what's wrong with this world. If you want to read them then do if you dont then dont its personal choice if it helps one person that's fantastic please be nice to each other



That is one opinion. On the other hand if reading these books stops you from getting the help you really need because you believe that something you read in a book free on the internet is better than professional help then this deal is a bad thing.
I found CBT to be poor for long term and severe anxiety. But it does help somewhat for mild symptoms.
These books are free.
There's nothing wrong with self help. But ofc go to see your doctor too.
You don't have to do one or the other.
This is for Kindle and should state so 😡
If you’re in a position where you think books may help then I don’t see why you wouldn’t want to download these. I don’t think anybody is offering guarantees that they will cure everything you’ve got going on. Even medical assistance through the GP is trial and error until you’re medicated properly so you’re wasting absolutely no time giving these a go.
Instead of buying this just get rid of your smart phone and stop worrying what people think about you. Try it. Its amazing.
Although I do think the internet and modern life in general can cause stress and anxiety, it's not simply solved for everyone by throwing away a phone.
tfish12/02/2020 16:38

Instead of buying this just get rid of your smart phone and stop worrying …Instead of buying this just get rid of your smart phone and stop worrying what people think about you. Try it. Its amazing.



This is EXACTLY what I mean. These books trivialise it and make members of the public think Depression/Anxiety is nothing.

In many cases Anxiety symptoms happen for no reason at all. I hate my smart phone, social media, all that tat. I don't even use Facebook.

I want to get outside, do things, make friends, meet new people, do well in life yet what stops me is when I'm actually out and about (which I try to do often), are the physical symptoms. I don't want to suffer anymore.

As much as I've hated admitting it, I'm a coward, a wimp, a nervous wreck. I don't like the symptoms which make me like that and remind me of what a walkover I am. It's ruined my life already and so still experiencing the symptoms is just a sucker punch.

Members of the public make it even worse. Hardly nice having a positive day, then going out and not only having to experience the symptoms but having members of the public laughing as my shaking spills a drink as I'm carrying it or someone I'm trying my best to make small talk with questions if I've been on drugs.

"I don't want to die but I feel I need to die" is my saying and sadly experiencing the symptoms or member of the public making it worse pushes me towards the "needing to die" aspect and attempting to finish myself off.
Paul_93R12/02/2020 18:13

Although I do think the internet and modern life in general can cause …Although I do think the internet and modern life in general can cause stress and anxiety, it's not simply solved for everyone by throwing away a phone.


The fact is, what people think of me doesn't bother me. Yet when someone misunderstands me for the wrong reasons, it's upsetting.

There would be outrage if it was heard of people with Parkinsons being laughed at and branded someone who's shaking because they are gagging for an alcoholic drink. If someone suffering cancer and having chemotherapy were mistaken as an "eco warrior" because of their shaven head. Or if someone in a wheelchair was just "lazy". You could even put it as a borderline hate crime or discrimination.

Yet someone suffering from the shakes due to anxiety is branded this, that or the other, then it's considered fine and after all, they won't report it as they will just want to go home as fast as possible to be upset or try and harm themselves.
How do they trivialise it though?
I thought the idea was to help.
Doctors don't have all the answers. Two of my close family have had it for 2 or 3 years. One tried to kill himself.
Doctors as yet haven't been able to cure them.
Sometimes you have to try self help remedies. Like meditation, herbal medicine or these books.
Its not easy to cure yourself but at the same time just doing nothing won't help.
But again, you must go to the doctor's in conjunction with this.
Thanks OP
Do u have to give permissions to Kindle to access media files on your Android? Safe?
Sparkz2k1612/02/2020 18:18

This is EXACTLY what I mean. These books trivialise it and make members of …This is EXACTLY what I mean. These books trivialise it and make members of the public think Depression/Anxiety is nothing.In many cases Anxiety symptoms happen for no reason at all. I hate my smart phone, social media, all that tat. I don't even use Facebook.I want to get outside, do things, make friends, meet new people, do well in life yet what stops me is when I'm actually out and about (which I try to do often), are the physical symptoms. I don't want to suffer anymore. As much as I've hated admitting it, I'm a coward, a wimp, a nervous wreck. I don't like the symptoms which make me like that and remind me of what a walkover I am. It's ruined my life already and so still experiencing the symptoms is just a sucker punch. Members of the public make it even worse. Hardly nice having a positive day, then going out and not only having to experience the symptoms but having members of the public laughing as my shaking spills a drink as I'm carrying it or someone I'm trying my best to make small talk with questions if I've been on drugs. "I don't want to die but I feel I need to die" is my saying and sadly experiencing the symptoms or member of the public making it worse pushes me towards the "needing to die" aspect and attempting to finish myself off.


You are not a coward or a wimp. You have a condition that presents daily challanges. If you haven’t already, seek help, people have already given some suggestions on here. I have daughter with anxiety problems so whilst I can’t claim to know what it feels like, I do understand the problems it presents. Stay strong and I hope you get positive help. (And if people laugh - they are the one with the issue, not you!!!)
Wonky10012/02/2020 20:17

You are not a coward or a wimp. You have a condition that presents daily …You are not a coward or a wimp. You have a condition that presents daily challanges. If you haven’t already, seek help, people have already given some suggestions on here. I have daughter with anxiety problems so whilst I can’t claim to know what it feels like, I do understand the problems it presents. Stay strong and I hope you get positive help. (And if people laugh - they are the one with the issue, not you!!!)


TY and thanks for sharing, hopefully she can get the help too. I don't mean that in a bad depressed way of me saying that about myself. It's just a true reality I'm accepting of really.

I've sought help for.... 15 years (just had to count how many in my head as it's been a good few years). Albeit I'm still in the same situation as I was, worse if anything. Leading me to get more fed up of the symptoms, having to leave my job and getting to that point where the symptoms have ruined so much and affected me that badly for so long, I'm beyond boiling point with it.

On that basis where now, I'd rather not be alive than experience the symptoms, I self medicate with alcohol.

Terrible I know, but.... It's got to that point over 15 years. Where after suffering for so long you've got option A) Go out to try and gradually reduce symptoms (which in my case anyway doesn't improve them at all), then end up suicidal. Or B) Go out, feel rubbish about the symptoms and have a drink, "dutch courage" as such (just like someone of their wedding day, when they are completely nervous might have a tipple), then get on with what I need to do. Job done.

A bad way to go about things but a better way than suffering.


Edit:

On reflection of the last bit, I think although that's true, it can happen too frequently ranging from school kids laughing to oldies and their "don't end up like him" ways (a comment to their grand child).

It becomes something though that is human nature. I like to avoid "it's them not you" as it makes me bitter towards people and hate human beings. Since I see so many of them like that, I'd hate people so much if I didn't accept my symptoms.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 12th Feb
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