978-0-415-03456-2 / 0415034566


by Rowe




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Depression is the greatest isolation that we can experience. In depression we can neither give nor receive comfort, for we are alone in a prison, and that prison is filled with fear, anger guilt and despair. Dorothy Rowe show how we build such a prison for ourselves; why we can resist all attempts to get us to leave this prison; but if we decide to leave it, there is a route we can follow. Depression provides a radically new approach to the problem. Dorothy Rowe shows how we create our own depression and how, since we created it, we are also free to change it. She describes how hard it is for families to live with a depressed person but points to the important role they play in enabling a person to change. A family can, wittingly or unwittingly, prevent a person from finding a way out the prison.

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