Hardcore Self Help: F**k Depression

  • Title: Hardcore Self Help: F**k Depression
  • Author: Robert Duff
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hardcore Self Help F k Depression Hardcore Self Help F k Depression is the follow up to the best selling F K Anxiety In this book I take the information tips and insights that I have gained as a psychologist and translate them into
    Hardcore Self Help F k Depression is the follow up to the best selling F K Anxiety In this book I take the information, tips, and insights that I have gained as a psychologist and translate them into language that doesn t suck This is the self help book for people that don t usually like self help books In Hardcore Self Help F K Depression, I talk to you like a friHardcore Self Help F k Depression is the follow up to the best selling F K Anxiety In this book I take the information, tips, and insights that I have gained as a psychologist and translate them into language that doesn t suck This is the self help book for people that don t usually like self help books In Hardcore Self Help F K Depression, I talk to you like a friend That means I speak directly to you without psychobabble Instead I tell you why your brain is such a troll I explain why you have literally no energy or motivation I tell you why people are so terrible at offering help Best of all, I tell you how to take realistic steps toward solving these and many other issues caused by depression.

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    1. the behemoth we know as depression is formidable and something we don't fully understand. i believe books like this one give us a lot of real life insight towards understanding and treating depression, whether you are someone who suffers from it or know someone who does. Dr Rob is charming, witty and very relate-able. He has researched and treated this subject enough to give us in depth and useful knowledge about the physical and mental traits of depression. He sure made one of the few visits i [...]

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    2. My partner is suffering depression and being married for 17 years and having no idea what this was all about, I found this book to educate me without any hype.Will it help her? I don't think so as she is resisting help.Will it help me? Yes because now I have a greater appreciation of what she is going through.I think Robert's point to a non-sufferer understanding your worst day is the best day for a sufferer really hammers home how it is for someone you absolutely love and care for.Hooked into t [...]

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    3. Bloody hell, this book is simply amazing. I'm not a big fan of self-help books but the author speaks to you as a person, not only as a psychologist, and it has made me laugh and cry throughout the book. It might be just me and my sensibility, or maybe my depression that makes me go from 0 to 10 sometimes, but it has really given me good ideas to help me get through this shitty depression state that I'm in now and more important, it has given me some motivation to try these things! Yay Robert Duf [...]

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    4. This was the first non-fiction book I've read to do with mental health. This book is definitely aimed for a millenial demographic and it was obvious that the author was trying too hard at points to be "relatable". Having said that, this book addressed every question that I had about having depression and anxiety. The author managed to clearly explain psychological terms and issues without over-simplifying. The book also offers helpful tips and pointers to people that are struggling and need a li [...]

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    5. Easy to read! Bueno, el tema siempre me ha interesado pero no es como si yo fuera un Doctor o algo así, y la manera en que se explican las soluciones es sumamente fácil de entender y aunque no esté deprimida (tal vez) pues de todas maneras son tips que puedo utilizar para cuando me siento estancada en la rutina y quiero ver el lado positivo de cada momento que pasa. Lo recomiendo ampliamente!

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    6. A journey through depressionAs someone who struggles with depressive episodes, I can say that this was the most informative and wonderfully articulate book I’ve read on the subject. The author has a superb writing style that makes the book feel more like a story rather than an informative work of non-fiction. The result is an easy to understand how-to guide filled with strategies to help you better manage the symptoms of depression.

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    7. Written in no-nonsense language, this is a good general starting point for finding information about depression. I wish it would have been edited a bit more to weed out the grammatical errors and misplaced words here and there, but overall it's a decently written book I'm glad I took time to read.

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    8. Some good common sense insights to try.

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    9. The first three chapters are the meat of the book and are extremely helpful. The rest is a bit of a (necessary) filler, but nothing revolutionary.

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    10. Very HelpfulIt was nice to read a book in layman's terms. I look forward to reading more books by this author. He gave me excellent tools to help me cope.

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    11. Great book! This book is full of valuable information for those of us suffering from depression. It's very readable and enjoyable to read. Give it a chance!

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    12. Love how he explains it!

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    13. Written for millennials and younger. Also it's written like an old person who thinks they know how to communicate millenials. When a book has hardcore and fuck in the title I expect some realness. Instead it was squishy poor you type of stuff. I didn't like it at all. And I don't know anyone it would be helpful for.

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    14. I dig what the author was trying to do in this book and reach out to those tired of the traditional self-help books out there on depression. I don't feel he hit the mark entirely but it was alright. The way he describes, in layman terms, how depression affects the brain via neuron activity was my favorite part of the whole book. It has inspired me to look into more scientific books on the subject.

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    15. Personable, informative, with humor sprinkled on top.

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    16. Good bookI enjoyed the humor and simple breakdown of what depression is and how to tackle it. There were some interesting new techniques i may try. I also felt the author was very down to earth and made it easy to connect to.

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    17. Quite interesting. I have read this to learn a bit more about coping with depression after reading the Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath and I kinda like it, but I am not sure how much helpful it really can be for people who are deep down in major depressive episode. I won't probably bet on that. Bonus point for the author: a whole chapter about professional help and that's sometimes reasonable to use it.

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    18. Easy to readWritten so that it really comes close to you, not clinical sounding at all. Not so much new information or new ideas, but the language makes it worth reading when you can't concentrate on a more demanding text.

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    19. Rebel against your depression!This book motivates you and encourages you to go out and live your life.There are good bits in this book, especially the chapter about suicide.It is best for people with mild depression that is a side effect of some hardship. Not very effective for people with major depression or the depression that is a side effect of otherdisorders like psychosis or generalized anxiety.It is good for people with no background or little background in mental health, and are not down [...]

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    20. AccessibleVery accessible book and one that will appeal to many people who hold the sentiments that the title conveys. I enjoyed it and it helped me through a rough patch. It also gives the essentials and if you choose to look into them more then all to the good. As someone who does enjoy the adventure role playing games I understood how this would be a good strategy to use in working against depression (aka paranoid pirate Pete) but guess it will not appeal to many, the concept can be adapted.

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    21. Great, fun readDr. Duff has written a fun, but most important book on depression. Offering some very important advice, in a straightforward and everyday voice gives the book much more power and effectiveness. Depression is a very serious problem-I know-but Dr. Duff makes it easier to confront and deal with.

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    22. I found Robert Duff's nerdy, RPG approach to tackling depression to be extremely refreshing and doable. The suggested exercises are easy to implement and effective. I particularly enjoyed the chapter on seeking professional help because it provided some criteria for finding a mental health professional. I'd suggest this book for anyone who thinks they might be dealing with depression.

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    23. This book is very straightforward and down to earth. I recommend it to anyone who suffers from depression. The author has a great sense of humor!

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    24. Accessible, pragmatic, funny, and non-condescending approach to self-help and self-care during depression. Easy to read and content high. Recommend.

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    25. No BS, straight to the point. Accessible and practical. Includes useful exercises.

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