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Depression: Understanding the Black Dog

by Stephanie Sorrell

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This book is more of the author's experiences and observations on depression than clinical examination of the disease. Sorrell has a MA in Psychosynthesis. Psychosynthesis is both a theory and practice where the focus is to achieve a synthesis, a coming together, of the various parts of an individual's personality into a more cohesive self. That person can then function in a way that is more life-affirming and authentic. This means her basic approach will be unusual for most readers and have eastern religion slant. I found the approach interesting. Chiefly the idea that depression can have positive effects in terms of character building. ( )
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