Paul Crothall, Cert C11 Senior Account Handler in UK

For anyone who is suffering from, or knows someone who is suffering from, depression – this book is well worth a read. I know a few people that have depression. Although I have lots of sympathy and compassion for them, I can not fully understand how badly it affects them as I have not walked in their shoes. If, like me, you know people suffering with this horrible mental illness and don’t know how to help, this will really open your eyes and help you to understand it better. Give it a go – it may just help you to help someone else and possibly save someone’s life.

 

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