Nicole McCance, psychotherapist / TV relationship expert and author, is releasing her book,“52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally”, today, on January 21, 2013, known as Blue Monday. Nicole is a licensed Harvard-educated psychotherapist in Toronto and also the Relationship Expert on the TV show, Love Trap on Cosmo TV.
Author Jason Taff writes about his first experiences with bipolar disorder in his book, Bipolar Life: a Journey with God. "Jason was young when he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. He was known for soaring moods and fantastic plans as well as a quick temper and brooding depressions. When his mother was at a loss for what to do next, he was taken to a doctor..."
In our interview, Cheryl talks about how painful it was to be a victim of sexual abuse and specifically, incest and ritual abuse, and how she coped through self-harm and cutting. She found safety and solace in talking to caring and supportive people, such as her teachers and therapist, and also through writing and art.
Jenni is the author of two books, Goodbye Ed, Hello Me: Recover from Your Eating Disorder and Fall in Love with Life (McGraw-Hill), and her breakthrough best-seller, Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too about her journey and recovery from eating disorders.
A remarkable aspect of Secret Regrets, perhaps as remarkable or even more so, than people’s often painful and tender confessions of their regrets, are the comments in response to them. Originally a website, started by Kevin Hansen, followed by a book publication requested by many, Secret Regrets provides people with a social media platform to unburden guilt
When do I get my shoelaces back? is a raw, emotionally-driven first-person account of an individual suffering from a psychotic breakdown. The use of explicit and unyielding language vividly demonstrates Suzy Johnston’s harsh and messy reality as she experienced this horrific episode.
It all started in the spring of 2007 when brothers Brigham and Todd Shearon watched the Kansas City Royals host the Detroit Tigers on television. The starting pitcher for KC that day was Zach Greinke, whose career was almost cut short because he missed the entire previous season due Social Anxiety Disorder.
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