“Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad.” ? Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
At one time or another, everyone has been depressed. The latest studies on popular antidepressants like Prozac and Paxil indicate that about 50 percent of patients get little or no benefit. These are people with mild to moderate depression, which account for approximately 70 percent of depression cases. Is there a way to help them and to get millions of other depressed people off the pill? This is now an urgent question. Doctors keep writing prescriptions, but back in the research lab, the findings are discouraging. It turns out that antidepressants don't correct imbalanced brain chemistry. And there's no real proof that the brain chemistry of depressed people is any different that of people who aren't depressed. All of this is bad news for big pharma, but it opens the way for other approaches. I will show you some other way to deal with your depression and teach you how to beat it on your own!
“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, nor to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.” –Buddha
Here's a preview of what you'll learn...
What is Depression?
Symptoms of depression
Learn about your depression
Changing Lifestyle can treat your depression
Psychotherapy for depression
Develop strong relationships
Deal with yourself
Medications for Depression
Reason for depression
Side effects of antidepressant medication
“Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.” –Wayne Dyer
I live in Italy with my extremely loving husband, two adorable little boys and the most behaved dog. This is where I manage my day job, which is working in the city's largest financial company. When not dealing with numbers and financial accounts, I write about my fantasies. I believe that human beings only have one life, so why not cram everything possible in it, including doing what I am passionate about - steamy romance.I am fond of adventures and possess this passion for sweet romance and lustful secrets. I feel best when my readers are drawn to the worlds of love, sex, thrill and fantasies that I create. My stories are inspired by the stories of the different people I meet and the places I get to see. I am always delighted to live many lives aside from my own. That is how I craft a limitless number of fantasies and adventures.All throughout, reading books is something I could not live not doing. Dreaming and feeding my fantasies are incredible things for me. As a little girl, I'd spend most of my free hours at the school library. I will bring home stacks of books, including the typical romance novels that do not involve sex. Probably, I got this habit from the mother, who also adores sweet romance novels. But I was surprised what a romance novel could be during a trip to the bookstore when I was 17 - that is when my journey began. I never knew I had the gift in me until I produce my first erotica novel when I was 23. My first work was followed by tons of other works for the sexy grown-ups who simply want to experience more passion and desire. I like my books to be luscious and delightfully sweet. I have been working on my novels for years and I can say there is really no secret - I just let my imagination go hot and wild. Someday, I wish to retire to a vineyard with my entire family and continue my passion of writing about my dirty, naughty secrets.