Diary of The Depressed Moose

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A diary of a man and his struggle with depression. Diary of The Depressed Moose chronicles the first six weeks of dealing with mental health issues by writing a blog and using my writing as a form of therapy to help myself and others.
Showing the ups and downs that depression brings the book offers a personal story and insight into how depression can take a hold of someone's life. More

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About Garry Williams

33 year old man suffering with high intensity depression and anxiety. Decided one day to start blogging about my battle in the hope of helping others feel like they were not alone in dealing with these problems and that it is ok to talk about depression.
Suddenly I am writing books on depression and hopefully helping to show how much having depression can affect people.

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Kizzy Lee reviewed on Sep. 26, 2012

this book is a must for anyone who thinks they may have depression but not recognise the symptoms, also a good read for those who are diagnosed or living with depression, giving a useful and informative insight to what it is like for a person living with depression in this society, going through the many trials and problems associated, with the detail that is necessary, to give the fuller picture as to how a person suffers and tries to live their life. recommended read.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
S Sawyer reviewed on Sep. 19, 2012

A really brave account of one man and his battle with depression over a 6 week period. The author shows the highs and lows he suffers and tries hard to show depression from a sufferers perspective rather than the professional self help books so often seen. Well worth a read I shall be recommending this to others.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Sharon Perkins reviewed on Sep. 5, 2012
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This book will make you laugh, cry, and along with the emotional roller coaster, you'll find yourself finishing the book in no time. Garry's plight is common, no matter what part of the world you hang your hat, and he speaks openly about his depression (and some bladder problems, which give a completely new meaning to "got to go, got to go, got to go.") Overall, this was a good read. If you suffer from this ailment, you might find it helpful.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Carla RB reviewed on Aug. 13, 2012

I just finished Garry's book "Diary of the depressed moose". It is wonderful to follow his struggle to live with depression, research on the subject of depression and then share so many great ideas and tips on how to cope. The book goes from despair to hope right before your eyes!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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