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It's me again mair

Posted by Perpetual on February 12, 2005, at 15:34:20

In reply to Re: Vote for three books Perpetual, posted by mair on February 12, 2005, at 15:13:22

I don't want to mislead anyone. I mentioned that I wasn't actually new, but that I hadn't visited for a long while. And that is why I said "of course" when I suggested Richard O'Connor's books. I am the wife; what brought me back was a message to our website that came from someone who got the recommendation here and said how helpful "Undoing Depression" had been. The new book just out is "Undoing Perpetual Stress" and that has us following up all messages from readers of UD to let them know about UPS. I realize I was being too vague by taking the name Perpetual. I hope no one minds.

> I read "Undoing Depression" several years ago and it really resonated for me. I thought the author did a wonderful job of explaining me in ways that were understandable and articulate. I wished that I had discovered it when I first got depressed and that I had then gotten my husband to read it or at least parts of it.
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> Although I don't think she's been here in a few years, his (O'Connor's) wife used to visit this site fairly frequently. She is a depression sufferer also.
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