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Take Your "7-Day Depression Challenge" Deal With Your Depression In 7 Days Why are you reading this? Because: - You are overwhelmed by frequent bouts of sadness. - You have a general hopeless outlook through life. - Your get limited amount of joy from things most people enjoy. - You experience regular non-physical exhaustion and fatigue. - You feel completely isolated and alone f Take Your "7-Day Depression Challenge" Deal With Your Depression In 7 Days Why are you reading this? Because: - You are overwhelmed by frequent bouts of sadness. - You have a general hopeless outlook through life. - Your get limited amount of joy from things most people enjoy. - You experience regular non-physical exhaustion and fatigue. - You feel completely isolated and alone from the world and other people. Depression isn’t easy to deal with and affects roughly 7% of adults in the US—about 15 million people. The psychological nature of it makes it an ailment which is seldom treated and discussed; many don’t have the means or the desire to seek professional assistance for depression. For as frustrating and terrible as depression is, the reality is that you are probably one of the many sufferers who don’t seek treatment—out of fear of embarrassment, financial concern, or some other reason(s). Whatever the delay may be, nobody deserves to live with depression. A minor hint of the disorder is enough to last you a lifetime. Depressed individuals enjoy normally amazing parts of life less than they should, have a lower overall happiness level, and may even impede upon or worry friends and relatives—negatively impacting their lives as well. If you or someone you love is suffering from depression, treatment must be explored. Luckily, several ultra-helpful treatment options exist today, as well as for anyone else who is seeking a supplemental depression treatment, useful resources like the "7-Day Depression Challenge." Using a variety of easy-to-perform and quick daily exercises, as well as a unique individualized diagnosis process, the "7-Day Depression Challenge" will help you to not only stun depression, but kick it to the curb—in just a week completely prescription and substance-free for the long-term. By performing one exercise per day for a week, you can change your entire mindset and life outlook. The undertaking of defeating depression has never been as affordable, easy, and effective as it is now with the "7-Day Depression Challenge." Treating depression isn’t easy, but is certainly worth it. Life’s too short for you or someone that you love to live with depression. Take a step towards treatment today by taking the "7-Day Depression Challenge" to help to assure a depression-free tomorrow—and future.


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Take Your "7-Day Depression Challenge" Deal With Your Depression In 7 Days Why are you reading this? Because: - You are overwhelmed by frequent bouts of sadness. - You have a general hopeless outlook through life. - Your get limited amount of joy from things most people enjoy. - You experience regular non-physical exhaustion and fatigue. - You feel completely isolated and alone f Take Your "7-Day Depression Challenge" Deal With Your Depression In 7 Days Why are you reading this? Because: - You are overwhelmed by frequent bouts of sadness. - You have a general hopeless outlook through life. - Your get limited amount of joy from things most people enjoy. - You experience regular non-physical exhaustion and fatigue. - You feel completely isolated and alone from the world and other people. Depression isn’t easy to deal with and affects roughly 7% of adults in the US—about 15 million people. The psychological nature of it makes it an ailment which is seldom treated and discussed; many don’t have the means or the desire to seek professional assistance for depression. For as frustrating and terrible as depression is, the reality is that you are probably one of the many sufferers who don’t seek treatment—out of fear of embarrassment, financial concern, or some other reason(s). Whatever the delay may be, nobody deserves to live with depression. A minor hint of the disorder is enough to last you a lifetime. Depressed individuals enjoy normally amazing parts of life less than they should, have a lower overall happiness level, and may even impede upon or worry friends and relatives—negatively impacting their lives as well. If you or someone you love is suffering from depression, treatment must be explored. Luckily, several ultra-helpful treatment options exist today, as well as for anyone else who is seeking a supplemental depression treatment, useful resources like the "7-Day Depression Challenge." Using a variety of easy-to-perform and quick daily exercises, as well as a unique individualized diagnosis process, the "7-Day Depression Challenge" will help you to not only stun depression, but kick it to the curb—in just a week completely prescription and substance-free for the long-term. By performing one exercise per day for a week, you can change your entire mindset and life outlook. The undertaking of defeating depression has never been as affordable, easy, and effective as it is now with the "7-Day Depression Challenge." Treating depression isn’t easy, but is certainly worth it. Life’s too short for you or someone that you love to live with depression. Take a step towards treatment today by taking the "7-Day Depression Challenge" to help to assure a depression-free tomorrow—and future.

7 review for 7-Day Depression Challenge (Smashwords Edition)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    I'll admit, I was a bit wary when I first got the book; the book says "7 Days" on the cover, and I was worried that the author might treat depression as a trivial problem that could be solved in a week. Luckily, this wasn't the case: Right away, the book said that depression can't be cured easily, and it encourages its readers to read one chapter a day. Part of this is because reading 1 chapter a day requires the self-discipline needed to help yourself, and part of it is because depression takes I'll admit, I was a bit wary when I first got the book; the book says "7 Days" on the cover, and I was worried that the author might treat depression as a trivial problem that could be solved in a week. Luckily, this wasn't the case: Right away, the book said that depression can't be cured easily, and it encourages its readers to read one chapter a day. Part of this is because reading 1 chapter a day requires the self-discipline needed to help yourself, and part of it is because depression takes time, so you need to pace yourself. Also, the book emphasizes working on the source of your depression, not just your symptoms, and I'm grateful for that. The first day is about self-diagnosis. Steps include acknowledgement, identifying symptoms, gauging the severity of your depression, etc. There's even a handy-dandy little graphic there to help you out. The language and the steps are also pretty straightforward, and that's useful. At the end of the chapter, there's also an exercise. Overall, I think this chapter helps you be productive. Day 2 was all about getting into the sunlight. I actually really like this step because it involves changing up your routine and appreciating nature and whatnot. (Unfortunately, when I read the chapter, it was raining, and it took seemingly forever for the sun to come out.) Anyway, the book gives you rules and exercises to live by. This chapter was really simple, and that was great. Day 3 involved, as the book put it, meditation over medication. There were a lot of techniques, and there were even pictures of sample poses (although I personally don't think I'm flexible enough to do most of those...yet. I liked the variety of options. Day 4 was all about laughter and smiling. There were a lot of suggestions about this, but the first one was "watch cartoons", which is probably my favorite piece of advice anyone's ever given me, haha. The exercise here was also pretty handy and gave me something new to think about. Day 5 was all about food. I love food, but know almost nothing about it, and this chapter was packed with info about the best foods you can eat to treat depression. The 6th day was for negative thinking. I've heard this advice a lot, but I suppose that makes sense. I will say that this book tackled the subject in a different way than what I'm used to; it offered an exercise to practice right away, instead of wasting your time describing why it's important (because, really, that's obvious). The last day talked about walking. I'll admit, this chapter made me a bit uncomfortable (it pointed out my poor social life probably isn't the world's fault. I like living in denial, but this book wouldn't let me.) I did like the techniques here, because they were ridiculously simple while giving you things to think about. Overall, the tone of the book was great: it was straightforward but not cold, and didn't waste its time being emotional or mushy (neither of which I would have tolerated in this kind of book, but maybe that's just me...). There were a lot of useful steps and examples. Do I think you can really cure depression in seven days? Not really, and neither does this book (it says so in the text). If you expect to completely defeat your depression in a week, this book won't deliver. What this book DOES provide is a great job at helping you understand how to start your journey and help yourself in your own time, and I think that's the best anyone can really ask for.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    Dealing with one’s depression in only seven days sounds more than a little optimistic, and in reality, is probably not really feasible. However, if a person follows the steps outlined in 7-Day Depression Challenge, and employs them consistently, over time, I believe one could experience tangible results in alleviating the symptoms of mild depression. The book is laid out in sort of a daily journal format, wherein the author suggests reading only one chapter per day, implementing the recommended Dealing with one’s depression in only seven days sounds more than a little optimistic, and in reality, is probably not really feasible. However, if a person follows the steps outlined in 7-Day Depression Challenge, and employs them consistently, over time, I believe one could experience tangible results in alleviating the symptoms of mild depression. The book is laid out in sort of a daily journal format, wherein the author suggests reading only one chapter per day, implementing the recommended steps, and journaling one’s thoughts and results. While I find Mr. Seth’s recommendations to be rather simplistic and basic, they are good reminders that if we employ a healthy lifestyle, consistently, it will go a long way to help combat mild forms of situational or seasonal depression. While the recommended steps, such as diet, meditation, sunlight and laughter, are arguably good lifestyle practices, Mr. Seth neglected to adequately pull the pieces together for the reader. Does one simply read the daily readings for seven days, write down a few thoughts and results and then move on to something else – believing oneself to be free of depression? Or, should the reader be integrating each of the seven steps into more of a daily routine and complete change in lifestyle going forward? In its current form, the reader is left to figure that out on his/her own. One thing on which I agree with the author, is that there is no “magic pill” when dealing with depression – each person and situation is unique. Whether mild, moderate or severe, depression should be taken seriously and the one suffering from it should be treated respectfully. 7-Day Depression Challenge is a good place to start to determine one’s next steps in dealing with depression.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Susan Opfermann

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Rollins

    Reviewed by Sarah Rollins of Readers' Favorite 7-Day Depression Challenge: Deal with Your Depression in Seven Days by Challenge Self is an informational book aimed towards anyone suffering from depression. The focus of the book is to follow the step by step guides by the author including food and diet, meditation and mind therapy, sunlight and laughter, lifestyle practices and other techniques that will ultimately help sufferers turn their ailment around. As a reader, I felt the author was very t Reviewed by Sarah Rollins of Readers' Favorite 7-Day Depression Challenge: Deal with Your Depression in Seven Days by Challenge Self is an informational book aimed towards anyone suffering from depression. The focus of the book is to follow the step by step guides by the author including food and diet, meditation and mind therapy, sunlight and laughter, lifestyle practices and other techniques that will ultimately help sufferers turn their ailment around. As a reader, I felt the author was very thoughtful about the issue of depression, and has articulated a plan for those dealing with depression that is both realistic and achievable through the book’s instructions and information. What the author does well, is provide a strong reminder of the importance of a balanced lifestyle and ensuring that focusing on depression as a condition is a multi-faceted approach and needs complete commitment. The promise of the book, 7-Day Depression Challenge: Deal with Your Depression in Seven Days, does not also promise a miracle cure, and the author quickly states that all situations are unique. What Challenge Self, the author does, is help the reader ‘deal’ with depression quickly in a short period of time, but reinforces that the changes must be sustainable and focused by the sufferer. The book itself is a great self-help guide for those looking for realistic and achievable support for their ailment, and something that will reinforce the need to focus on many aspects of change (not just the one thing). I commend the author for putting together an easy to read guide that will certainly support those who are suffering from Depression with a way forward.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Challenge Self

  6. 5 out of 5

    Challenge Self

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

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