Rethinking Depression: How to Shed Mental Health Labels and Create Personal Meaning

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"In this riveting deconstruction of the 'mental health industry, ' Eric Maisel provides essential tools to address human despair. Although it will provoke controversy, "Rethinking Depression" is one of the most perceptive and accessible guides to life fulfillment that I have ever read."
-- Kirk Schneider, PhD, coauthor of "Existential-Humanistic Therapy" and author of "Awakening to Awe"
""Rethinking Depression" is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression. Eric Maisel gives readers a path and a language that will help them shine a light on the dark side of unhappiness and move toward a meaningful, self-directed life."
-- Richard Bargdill, membership chair and executive board member, Society for Humanistic Psychology
"An uplifting and practical guide to life and how to live it better. Eric Maisel has made existential thinking accessible to all those who want to live in a more deliberate and

Raises fundamental questions about the differences between depressive mental disorder and normal sadness...A valuable resource.
Allan V. Horwitz, author of Creating Mental Illness
In this riveting deconstruction of the mental health industry, Eric Maisel provides essential tools to address human despair. Although it will provoke controversy, Rethinking Depression is one of the most perceptive and accessible guides to life fulfillment that I have ever read.
Kirk Schneider, PhD, coauthor of Existential-Humanistic Therapy and author of Awakening to Awe
Rethinking Depression is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression. Eric Maisel gives readers a path and a language that will help them shine a light on the dark side of unhappiness and move toward a meaningful, self-directed life.
Richard Bargdill, membership chair and executive board member, Society for Humanistic Psychology
An uplifting and practical guide to life and how to live it better. Eric Maisel has made existential thinking accessible to all those who want to live in a more deliberate and engaged fashion.
Emmy van Deurzen, principal, New School of Psychotherapy and Counseling, London, and author of Psychotherapy and the Quest for Happiness"

"Raises fundamental questions about the differences between depressive mental disorder and normal sadness...A valuable resource."
-- Allan V. Horwitz, author of Creating Mental Illness

"In this riveting deconstruction of the 'mental health industry, ' Eric Maisel provides essential tools to address human despair. Although it will provoke controversy, Rethinking Depression is one of the most perceptive and accessible guides to life fulfillment that I have ever read."
-- Kirk Schneider, PhD, coauthor of Existential-Humanistic Therapy and author of Awakening to Awe

"Rethinking Depression is an important and timely book that busts numerous myths about why people have the so-called mental illness of depression. Eric Maisel gives readers a path and a language that will help them shine a light on the dark side of unhappiness and move toward a meaningful, self-directed life."
-- Richard Bargdill, membership chair and executive board member, Society for Humanistic Psychology

"An uplifting and practical guide to life and how to live it better. Eric Maisel has made existential thinking accessible to all those who want to live in a more deliberate and engaged fashion."
-- Emmy van Deurzen, principal, New School of Psychotherapy and Counseling, London, and author of Psychotherapy and the Quest for Happiness

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In a thought-provoking volume, the author critiques how the human condition has been monetized into the disease of depression and related “disorders” and offers a powerful new approach that updates the best ideas of modern psychology. Original.

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