Which One Is Right for You? Dec 10, 2009 Christy rated it liked it Shelves: She got to the point.
Some of this was helpful some of it not. I totally understand that I am "baggage" but he doesn't get the whole "not having enough brain space" thing.
I should also add that I do plan on using some of the strategies from this book, so I suppose that recommends it somewhat.
The author also provides plenty of exercises to help the reader along. So, she assumes you have days when you get out of depression.
May 06, 2011 Mercedes Yardley rated it it was amazing. I don't agree with everything she says.
Fast and her frank, personal anecdotes detailing her own struggle with depression. They just expect you to talk while they listen and take your money.
Good read. I thought that this book provided a lot of useful strategies on how to be productive even when you're depressed.
There's a well-documented correlation between creatives and their struggles with depression. Details if other: Mar 11, 2008 Anne rated it did not like it Shelves: Stephen Duneier suggests some productivity tips that helped him to achieve the most impossible goals in his life.
I am a Mental health advocate and a person with depression. I know i'm not naturally lazy, I just can't do it. Knowing the reason may not change anything but it can make coping easier sometimes.