Get Out of Your Head Vol. 2: Navigating the Abyss of Depression

· Brian Sachetta
Ebook
195
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About this ebook

Many people compare depression to an abyss - a never-ending downward spiral of hopelessness. In this heavy but empowering follow-up to the best-selling "Get Out of Your Head: A Toolkit for Living with and Overcoming Anxiety," author Brian Sachetta takes that comparison literally, bringing readers on an aquatic adventure through one of life's most difficult challenges.

On that journey, Sachetta explores the biological, psychological, and social forces behind the affliction to help readers understand how it often manifests in their lives. And, most importantly, he provides a beacon of hope to those stranded at sea or caught in the whirlpool of despair.

It's one mental health voyage you won't want to miss.

About the author

Brian Sachetta is an author, blogger, and software developer from Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated from Boston College in 2012 with a degree in management and computer science.

After college, Brian put his CS background to use as both a consultant and a writer. His book series, "Get Out of Your Head," draws parallels between computer systems and the human mind and gives readers practical strategies for overcoming anxiety and depression.

Much of Brian's writing focuses on health, wellness, and personal development. He is passionate about using his skills to positively influence the lives of others.

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