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Richard Rybolt knows the debilitating effects of depression all too well. He spent years plagued by despair before realizing and admitting that he was experiencing the symptoms of depression. In what he identifies as his life's toughest challenge, he educated himself about all aspects of his condition and built up the courage to face it head-on and turn his life around. In 75 Ways to Beat Depression, Rybolt gives hope to the millions of others who are struggling with the debilitating anguish that he experienced. Drawing upon his own experience, he offers 75 simple things that anyone can do to improve their mood in a refreshingly candid, jargon-free style. Each of his commonsense solutions, from "skip the pity party" to "help others-help yourself," is full of authentic hope from someone who knows exactly what it takes to beat depression. This is a powerful tool to help motivate, educate, and inspire anyone who is currently experiencing depression and ready to take effective steps toward recovery and happiness.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781569243572
ISBN-10: 1569243573
Format: Paperback
(187mm x 140mm x 15mm)
Pages: 208
Imprint: Marlowe & Co
Publisher: Marlowe & Co
Publish Date: 25-Aug-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Richard Rybolt

A successful horticulturist and property developer for much of his life, Richard Rybolt is now an active crusader for overcoming depression and a strong ally of the despondent. He has helped establish support groups, education seminars, and healing networks, and has personally coached and befriended those suffering from plights similar to his own. He has told his story of recovery and inspiration on various radio and television shows and before live audiences. The author of No Chairs Make for Short Meetings, he lives with his wife on small farm in upstate New York.