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Six Keys to Mastering Chronic Low-Grade Depression Mitchell Luftig

Six Keys to Mastering Chronic Low-Grade Depression

Mitchell Luftig

Published October 26th 2012
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Kindle Edition
94 pages
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The focus of Six Keys to Mastering Chronic Low-Grade Depression is learning to master the mild but chronic form of depression known as Dysthymic Disorder.In this book you will learn Six Keys to mastering chronic low-grade depression:MoreThe focus of Six Keys to Mastering Chronic Low-Grade Depression is learning to master the mild but chronic form of depression known as Dysthymic Disorder.In this book you will learn Six Keys to mastering chronic low-grade depression: Neuropsychological, Behavioral, Relational, Emotional/Spiritual, Cognitive, and Physical.A series of exercises will help you to personalize the Six Keys so that they apply to your unique situation. Tables provide a helpful summary of how each key should be implemented.Whats in the Toolkit?Six Keys to Mastering Chronic Low-Grade Depression will teach you:How your brain can fool you into thinking youre depressedHow to tell whether you are experiencing normal ups and downs or chronic low-grade depression (Dysthymic Disorder)How low-grade depression differs from Major DepressionHow rehashing your failures makes you feel hopeless and helplessThree techniques for monitoring your slide into depressionWhat makes you vulnerable to chronic unhappinessHow a network of healthy relationships can safeguard you against depressionTo identify behaviors that will help you to be more successful at work, in your relationships, and with your familyHow mindfulness meditation helps you to get in touch with the present moment and    perceive your feelings and thoughts objectively, understand what is and isnt working in your lifeThat what you tell yourself about an event, how you frame it in your mind, strongly influences how you perceive that event and that some explanations directly contribute to depressionHow tension in your body feeds back to the brainHow exercise helps you to turn off the fight or flight responseTo develop your inner personal trainer who reminds you every day to use the tools that youve learned in this manual