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The Great Depression By Alon Bersharder
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Character study of a depressed, socially awkward simpleton who plods through life, obsessed with landing full-time work and a girl. In between failed job interviews, he finds hope chatting with an... More > enamored teen who lives halfway across the country, but his STD gives reason to call off their meeting. After concluding he's destined to be a temporary employee and die alone, he begins to wonder if life itself might be a waste of time.< Less
The Great Depression By Alon Bersharder
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Character study of a depressed, socially awkward simpleton who plods through life, obsessed with landing full-time work and a girl. In between failed job interviews, he finds hope chatting with an... More > enamored teen who lives halfway across the country, but his STD gives reason to call off their meeting. After concluding he's destined to be a temporary employee and die alone, he begins to wonder if life itself might be a waste of time.< Less
Depression Eliminator By John Naphtali
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Depression Eliminator is a Ebook meant to Help You Overcome Depression in Your Life. Read it and Find Ways to Overcome Depression.
Depression Baby By Ray B. Rogers
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Written by someone who has lived it, this first book by Ray B. Rogers brings home the unique culture of Western North Carolina during the Great Depression. From "Justifiable Homicide"... More > (about chickens, naturally) to "The County Home," Ray tells it like it is, bringing the reader back to a time when folks worked harder, got along better, and lived closely with the environment. Some of the stories from Depression Baby: Nudity and Grand Theft on Richland Creek The Hog Spoon Every Boy Needed One Sorghum 'Lasses Copperheads and Mountain Medicine Maggie's Daughter and the Quilt of Many Colors The Necessary House The Picture on the Wall Hog Killing Day in the Mountains The Circle Of Rice< Less
Anxiety and Depression By michael m
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Stress management starts with identifying the sources of stress in your life. This isn’t as easy as it sounds. Your true sources of stress aren’t always obvious, and it’s all too... More > easy to overlook your own stress-inducing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Sure, you may know that you’re constantly worried about work deadlines. But maybe it’s your procrastination, rather than the actual job demands, that leads to deadline stress.< Less
Depressingly hopeful By Peter McLaren
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A collction of poems from a year of a journey undertaken to arise as what... The latter is a partial riddle , to be further explained in the next collection.. This is a collection of 15 poems,... More > written in the space of about a year and a half. Within the 15 lies a code of sorts , Pythagoran numerolgy is embedded in the number of the poems and the punctuation of the text. The meaning of the 15 is that it is my birthdate.< Less
Beating Depression By Cyndee Magee
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My main purpose in writing this book is because I’ve seen both sides. I’ve known darkness where I thought there was no way out, and nothing inviting about this life. I’m grateful to... More > have been shown the other side. How extraordinary life can be. I may not ever have had that chance. My wish is that no one else should feel the way I did. I offer hope that life can be better, and some suggestions for getting there. This is what worked for me and I’d love for you to feel what I’m feeling now, which is total gratitude for being alive. I really hope this helps you. I aim to include some of the things I wish I’d known earlier, and things that have helped me stay in a good headspace now.< Less
The Great Depression By Marcia Amidon Lusted
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What do you do when you don’t finish the food on your dinner plate? Throw it in the compost bin? Feed it to the dog? If you were a kid growing up in the 1930s, you’d probably never waste... More > food, because so many people were starving. Why were so many people in America going hungry? Because of the Great Depression. In The Great Depression: Experience the 1930s from the Dust Bowl to the New Deal, readers ages 12 to 15 explore the personal and historical impact of one of the hardest decades in this country’s history. By 1932, 25 percent of Americans were unemployed. People lost their homes, their possessions, and their pride. Families moved around in search of work. But it was also a time of great technological advances. Through hands-on projects and investigations into primary sources, readers discover how people coped, what new inventions came about, and how the economics of the country affected the arts, sciences, and politics of the times. Ages 12-15 Guided Reading Level: W< Less
The Arrogance of Depression By Scott Autrey
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A modern day DIY self-help book. Written to help the author through dark times, this book contains the daily thoughts he told himself in order to make it.
Thriving with Depression By Linda Werman Brawner
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Based on the author's personal experiences, this book shows how faith in God can help manage depression to the point where life is enjoyable.

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