Here you will find reviews for books, movies, etc.
Crimes of the Heart -- Movie Review
"Crimes of the Heart" is a very humorous look at three southern sisters' dysfunctional lives after one sister's arrest for attempted murder.
Darkness Visible Book Review
William Styron wrote the best selling and highly acclaimed novel Sophie's Choice. A well respected writer, he also suffered from debilitating depression for many years. Read my review of his memoir, Darkness Visible.
Down Came the Rain Review
"Down Came the Rain - My Journey Through Postpartum Depression", is Brooke Shields' honest account of how she dealt with postpartum depression. Read this article for my detailed review of her book!
Feeling Good Book Review
Feeling Good the New Mood Therapy by David Burns, is a well known book in the Depression community. Does the national bestseller live up to the hype?
Forgetting Sarah Marshall -- Movie Review
"Forgetting Sarah Marshall" is a romantic comedy that has become one of my new favorite movies! I love laughing at poor Peter, watching him struggle with his depression, and rising above it in the end!
Living with Bipolar Disorder - Book Review
Do you have a loved one who suffers from bipolar disorder? If so, you also suffer. Living with Someone Who's Living with Bipolar Disorder has great information that can help you learn to cope with the rollercoaster ride of bipolar disorder. (Review title could not accommodate actual book title.)
So Long, Insecurity -- Book Review
So Long, Insecurity by Beth Moore is a great book for anyone who has ever felt inferior or insecure around other people. And who hasnīt?
The Depression Cure Book Review
My review of The Depression Cure - the 6 Step Program to Beat Depression Without Drugs, a book by Stephen S. Ilardi, PhD. Read this article to find out whether this book is worth your time!
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