This book talks about one of the mental health illnesses and leading causes of death in the United States. Over 43,000 Americans die from suicide every year. Some people who are depressed, some people think of suicide, and some people attempt suicide. Depression and suicide are not limited to a particular race or age. Children, adolescents, young adults, mid-lifers, boys, girls all get affected because no one is immune. This book brings a fresh approach to tackling the challenge of depression and suicide in society.
This book is divided into two parts. The first part, chapters one to five, focuses on depression and suicide.
Chapter one talks about depression. It gives a basic introduction, identifying the symptoms of depression, knowing the causes of depression and the types of depression that exist.
Chapter two talks about why people choose suicide, the causes of suicide and the different views of people and how they think of suicide.
Chapter three looks into the way out. It talks about how people can help those who are depressed or suicidal, the myths about suicide and what everyone who is suicidal should know.
Chapter four looks into the medical view on depression and suicide. It looks at the types of treatment available, antidepressants medication and the research carried out on it, and therapy.
Chapter five is a detailed description of the author’s view of depression and suicide. It looks into the many perspectives of the causes of depression, imagination, the truth, mistakes people make, the spiritualists angle to suicide versus the author’s view and a fresh approach into suicide.
The second part of this book, chapters six to eight, focuses on the mind.
Chapter six talks about the power of imagination. It looks into how to make your imagination work for you, the power of positive and negative thinking and the dos and don’ts of your imagination.
Chapter seven talks about journaling to help the mind. It talks about effective journaling, how journaling can be used to relieve depression, benefits of journaling, using journaling to answer some specific questions, describing your experiences through journaling and when to write.
Chapter eight talks about gratitude. It talks about the lessons learned from gratitude and how gratitude can lighten depression.
In Chapter nine, the writer gives his conclusion.
Me, Myself, and Life’s Characters
I am “Thought” the adventurer
Let me tell you a tale about your birth…
Long ago, in a thorough search for more, Logic the separatist broke away from his roots and gave birth to his own children of madness. As Thought lays the foundation, Logic the capitalist begins to Rise and Rule. Hence, the beginning of the here and now.
We have lost our guide while many have turned to spirituality; the big business hoax to reclaim themselves only to find how crippled they are. Hence, it is “Time to fire the Guru.”
Have you ever felt that there was more to life than the 2D images we’re used to seeing? Well, there is. Life is full of colourful 3D characters like Logic, Thought, Fantasy, and Emotions.
This book is also about Greed, Logic the planner and soul destroyer, money, holy phantasmagoria and crass materialism.
What these characters do is to form a synergy, working together like a well-oiled machine to ensure that our lives go smoothly.
Ready to get in touch with them? You’re in luck because I can help you do so! There’s no need to make drastic changes to realise your potential; all that’s required is patience, willingness, and commitment to make the necessary changes. You needn’t feel bad if getting to your desired endpoint takes more time than you’ve budgeted for, simply go one step at a time, and you’ll amaze yourself with your level of measurable progress in no time!
Awareness is the ultimate form of recognising all things around us. It helps us review all that we’ve done, and also shows us new ways to improve our states.
This book will help you figure out all the various ways to be at one with all of life’s characters because that’s the sure-fire way to discover yourself and live a stress-free existence. It’s only when you’re conscious of yourself that you’re able to see the world for what it is, and not what society has painted for us.
With the aid of this manual, you’ll be able to embrace every part of your life and not just the ones you like. We wouldn’t be at peace if we didn’t at least try.
In summary, this book is: Food for thought and a captivating story about the birth of attitudes. Sit down, enjoy a good read, and be radically transformed.