Through His Eyes – What We Did To Overcome Depression

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This book ‘Through His Eyes – What We Did To Overcome Depression’, is about living with a person with severe depression. It looks at the seven-year journey of uncertainty and anguish in seeing someone who was vibrant and optimistic, sink into a pit. I share my most painful memories as well as strategies to help you cope. May this story help you support a loved one who has depression. More

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About Linda Pearl Ramnath

Linda Pearl Ramnath is the author of You Don’t have to Settle for Second Best! – A Life of Hope, Courage and Determination and Through His Eyes: What We Did To Overcome Depression. She is a mental health advocate and works actively in her community in raising awareness relating to mental health challenges.

Her pocket releases are SOUL FOOD – Renew Your Mind!; SOUL FOOD – Restore Your Soul and SOUL FOOD – Look Up! where she has put together people’s real life experiences to provide hope and enrichment to readers. These are inspiring booklets on living life to the full, despite the setbacks we face. She says, “I find great joy in fulfilling my potential through the little things I do which meaningfully touch the hearts of others.”

Linda Pearl Ramnath was born in South Africa and immigrated to Australia with her family. She holds a Master’s degree in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in English, Psychology and Biblical Studies. She is a professional writer and editor. Linda Pearl spent most of her professional career working amongst indigenous groups and marginalised people. She is a devout Christian and is actively involved in community outreach programs. Linda Pearl is a nature lover and enjoys cooking, gardening, creative arts and of course reading and writing.

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Tehani reviewed on May 19, 2017

It very easy to sympathise with the individuals. However the empathy that this book conveys to anyone who has a loved one who is going through depression is deep enough to uproot any misconceptions and misunderstandings of mental health.
(reviewed 51 days after purchase)

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