Depression – the illness that’s still taboo


Call me a glutton for punishment, but I really enjoy reading firsthand accounts of mental illness. I feel like it puts me “closer” to the people who have it.  This is one of the best firsthand accounts of depression I have read to date, I couldn’t resist the temptation to share it.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/aug/02/depression-mental-health-breakdown

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About Kent Brooks

try-therapy.com is a group of helping professionals collaborating to bring you information about mental health, counseling, and therapy! We provide therapy and mental health services throughout the entire state of Nebraska via a hybrid delivery system. You choose the solution that is right for you - in person, online, or a combination of both! I WORK ON A SLIDING SCALE!! If you do not have insurance, ask me for more info!

2 thoughts on “Depression – the illness that’s still taboo

  1. Chris from PayPal

    Kent – you should check out Anatomy of an Epidemic by Robert Whitaker if you haven’t already.

    It’s a great book – even if you don’t agree with all of it, it’s still extremely interesting.

    Especially for someone heading into that field…I think you would like it.

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    1. brookskent Post author

      Chris,

      Thanks for the recommendation, I will definitely check it out… I hope all is well with you and yours! Sometime I would like to plug your new business, I hear you are fixing Iphones in the Omaha area! Dude, great idea!

      ^CKB

      Reply

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