Offering personal, tried-and-true steps, Littauer maps out constructive guidelines to help women overcome feelings of inadequacy, insecurity, or inferiority. Sharing insights on finding out whether the cause is physical, psychological, or spiritual, she also provides valuable advice on what to do if you live with or are trying to counsel somebody who is depressed.
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Review 1 for Silver Linings: Breaking Through the Clouds of Depression
Date:June 16, 2010
This is the same book as "Blow Away the Black Clouds". Just a new title and cover. I just finished reading this book. I found myself looking forward to reading a chapter each night. I thought her ideas were right on biblically and helpful. I especially found out myself that without goals, you will get depressed. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was because I felt that some of the information wasn't needed in this particular book. This book is for people who have depression. I didn't mind the short chapter on "Living with someone who is depressed", but then there was an extremely long chapter on how to counsel a depressed person. I began to get a little bored there. The chapter on how to counsel a depressed person to me just didn't make sense to me. I am depressed, how can I counsel a depressed person. ?? I read it anyways and did gain a little insight as to how counselers work. Overall it was a good book, I just thought the first half was the best.