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Review Defeating Depression: A Natural Guide to Overcoming Depression...

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Bookangel, March 12, 2017.

  1. Bookangel

    Bookangel Administrator Staff Member

    ...it is extremely short (32 pages) and you can find similar articles in far greater detail available freely online.

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  2. HattieMoon

    HattieMoon Member

    I do enjoy a good non-fiction read but this book is appalling. I totally agree with the admin review - far from offering help this book could actually make someone feel worse, than before.

    It's laughable that the title suggests it is all about natural approaches yet that is glossed over in seconds. I felt really angry at times while wading through this effort. It smacks of something thrown together to try to make some quick cash. If I had paid I would be asking or a refund!
     
  3. jessica

    jessica Active Member

    This was not good. Imagaine a book on diabetes that says "manage your diet" and doesn't mention blood sugar tests! :mad:
     
  4. Power On

    Power On New Member

    Please do not waste your money on this book. You won't pay a lot, I know I didn't, but you will still be paying for something you can get anywhere online. If you consider suggestions the same as getting help, then I suppose you will want this book. If you consider the front cover of a book as being just as important as the contents because it will look good on your bookshelf, then I suppose you will want this book. Otherwise, it is not recommended.
     
  5. Kindler

    Kindler Active Member

    So I guess this book should be

    A Natural Guide to Obtaining Depression instead then.
     

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