• How to Overcome Depression: The Human Experience of Denial, Abuse, and Vulnerable Ego

  • By: Robert Keller, Sarah Keller
  • Narrated by: Daniel Meeks
  • Length: 3 hrs and 24 mins
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Let's not mince words here, depression sucks, but you know whats worst?

Living with depression forever.... Perhaps even passing on negative energy to loved ones affected by your pain. Look, it's not all doom and gloom, but the reality of the matter is you have control of the moment. Right now is no greater opportunity than yesterday or tomorrow. In other words, there is great power in executing on your ideas immediately.

I would fair to say we all have million-dollar ideas, we simply let them drift away as thoughts. What is the irony of the situation? Notice the things we choose to remember and give life, are they skewed in trauma? The amount of mental capacity occupied by depression and guilt is the number one killer of creativeness.

Just maybe, if you learn to embrace your creativeness again, a natural cleansing of mental clarity may occur.

Re-emerge in the process of healing:

  • A mix of modern and ancient wisdom with unbiased perspective
  • Discover and release "Strategies of Healing"
  • Harness emotion as fuel for creativity
  • Identify weak points to improve
  • Holistic approach of mindfulness and inner peace
  • Enlightened perspective of re-evaluating purpose

Begin your journey now.

©2019 Robert Keller (P)2019 Robert Keller

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real guide


I bought this book because someone I love is affected by serious depression and I thought it might help her.
In reading it I found it to have great ideas to encourage and inspire change in my own ife..

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devoloped guide

I would definitely recommend this book to any one seeking help with their situations it can and will work for you ,bringing you the peace and calm that you deserved in a stress full world.

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awesome book


I loved reading this book, as someone who suffers from anxiety and depression from time to time this book has a wealth of information and management skills that can help reduce and eliminate your depression and anxiety.

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great insights


This is another great book by this author. I am familiar with depression having been through it myself. My wife suffers with it right now, so I am reading books to try to help her.

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easy guide

You'll understand more about what feel because he explains some theories while motivating you to overcome your depression.

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great book

Awareness guarantees growth." and "A negative situation is only negative in the eyes of the person who chooses to see it that way." Great book!!

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nice book

The book focuses on creating positivity and also details bioenergetics and how to use the theory towards your recovery

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wonderful guide


This book is loaded with great information. The author helps you through realizing where your depression is stemming from (internal thoughts rather than external circumstances) and gives you tips, exercises (physical and mental) and understanding to work through your depression.

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Very good for an ocd person explained why I have fallen for addictive patterns though out my life

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very insightful


I was assigned this book for a psych class and loved it. While I found that the prescription for daily meditation might not be completely reasonable for my lifestyle I think that he does a great job of taking away the "hocus pocus" of meditation. The points about negative thinking were also life changing!