eBooks to Help Depression

The following e-books, written by Douglas Bloch, M.A., are designed to give you both inspiration and practical tools that will help you to attain serenity and maintain a high degree of emotional well-being. Click on the titles below for a brief description.

When Going Through Hell…Don’t Stop!
Healing From Depression Naturally
Beyond Prozac
101 Ways to Brighten Your Mood and Heal from Depression
Words That Heal
I am With You Always
My Child is Depressed: How Can I Help?
Helping Your Depressed Partner

Words That Heal When Going Through Hell… Don’t Stop!

$5.99

In this groundbreaking book, self-help author Douglas Bloch shares his struggle with and ultimate recovery from a life-threatening depressive illness. He offers a practical “survival plan” for living in hell-which he adopted until a group of committed, loving people held a vision of his recovery which lead to a spiritual healing.

Healing From Depression Naturally: A Body, Mind and Spirit Recovery Program for the Treatment of Depression, Anxiety and Bipolar Disorder

$5.99

In seeking a way to heal from his depression, Douglas Bloch, M.A., has developed a “better mood” recovery program that employs a “holistic,” multi-modal approach to enhance one’s mood. This program is primarily meant to serve those who: 1) have previously experienced one or more episodes of major depression and wish to stay well and avoid a relapse 2) have dysthymia (low-grade chronic depression) and desire to elevate your mood, as well as prevent a major depressive episode 3) have anxiety that is accompanying your depression or 4) are currently experiencing a major depressive episode and wish to use these strategies as an adjunct to medication and/or psychotherapy.

Beyond Prozac: A Holistic Recovery Program for the Treatment of Depression, Anxiety and Bipolar Disorder

$2.99

This “better mood” recovery program is primarily meant to serve: 1) Those individuals who have previously experienced one or more episodes of major depression and wish to stay well and avoid a relapse. 2) Those individuals who suffer from dysthymia (low-grade chronic depression) and desire to elevate their mood, as well as prevent a major depressive episode. 3) Those people who are currently experiencing a major depressive episode and wish to use these strategies as an adjunct to medication and/or psychotherapy.

101 Ways to Brighten Your Mood and Heal from Depression

$2.99

In seeking a way to heal from his depression, author Douglas Bloch came to develop a “better mood” recovery program that employs a “holistic,” multi-modal approach to lifting one’s mood.

You can purchase this e-book through Amazon.

Words that Heal

$5.99

For the past sixteen years, Words That Heal has been considered the classic book on affirmations. It is both a self-help primer on how to use the power of the spoken word and a source of daily inspiration. It contains 52 “teachings” each composed of a healing meditation, five affirmations and an uplifting quotation. Endorsed by John Bradshaw and Jerry Jampolsky.

I Am With You Always

$5.99

I Am With You Always consists of a broad sampling of inspirational quotations, poems and prayers from the world’s great spiritual teachings and literature. These words were chosen to serve as gentle reminders of your connection to the spirit of truth and to help you communicate with your own inner teacher. The text is organized around specific themes so that you can easily locate the appropriate quotation to speak to your particular needs.

My Child is Depressed: How Can I Help?

$5.99

While no parent likes to see their child suffer, witnessing your child in the depths of clinical depression brings a unique kind of pain and anguish. Douglas explains how you can recognize the signs of depression in your child and how to seek effective treatment. This e-book is not just for parents; it can be used by a caregiver, teacher, or any loving adult involved with a depressed child.

Helping Your Depressed Partner
Helping Your Depressed Partner: How to Support Your Loved One While Caring For Yourself

$2.99

While no one wants to see a loved one suffer, living with a spouse or partner in the depths of clinical depression brings a unique kind of pain and anguish. Relationships are usually about give and take. When a partner becomes depressed, his or her ability to give (or to receive) is severely curtailed. In addition, you may feel helpless or frustrated because you can’t seem to reach someone who is so close to you. Douglas will explain how you can spot depression in your partner and how to help him or her seek effective treatment.

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