Climbing Out of Depression Paperback

by Sue Atkinson;


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Climbing Out of Depression

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Being depressed often leaves you feeling paralysed into inaction. Climbing back out of the pit of gloom seems almost impossible. You need help, and that is what this book offers - practical, humane and spiritual help. Sue Atkinson has suffered years of depression herself. She does not write as an expert on depression or as a depression counsellor, but as someone who knows the feelings from close personal experience. As a result, her book contains a varied menu of hints, quotations and illustrations, not page after page of unbroken text. This is a book to dip into as fits your mood and need, making a dependable guide to the climb. 'This is wise stuff, with resonance that lingers on long after it is over, none more than the hope it offers, born of experience.', says Ann Pilling, "The Door".

Climbing Out of Depression by Sue Atkinson was published by Lion Hudson in August 2005 and is our 20318th best seller. The ISBN for Climbing Out of Depression is 9780745951812.

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Page last updated 8th August 2014
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherLion Hudson (August 2005)
Edition2nd Revised edition
Weight245g
Number of Pages210
Thickness12 mm
Height203 mm
Width133 mm
ISBN9780745951812
ISBN-100745951813
Product Code103766
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