“This compassionate, helpful book will bring hope and comfort to the loved ones of those who struggle to overcome the most common of mental illnesses.”—Rosalynn Carter
When someone you love is depressed . . .
. . . you feel lost, afraid, confused.
. . . you long for the person who was.
. . . you don’t recognize who he or she has become.
. . . you feel shut out.
. . . you feel angry and frustrated.
. . . you feel drained.
. . . you are desperate for a way to connect.
. . . you feel guilty and alone.
. . . you will do anything to help.
“What motivates me now is to share with you what I’ve learned about how to cope when someone you love is depressed. What I have discovered from years of training and from having counseled hundreds of families who have shared their sorrows and their joys is that there are ways you can help someone you love who is depressed. And in that process, you will grow closer.”—from What to Do When Someone You Love is Depressed