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When Nothing Matters Anymore: A Survival Guide for Depressed Teens (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. April 2007


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  • Taschenbuch: 146 Seiten
  • Verlag: Free Spirit Pub; Auflage: Revised. (April 2007)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1575422352
  • ISBN-13: 978-1575422350
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 13 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 0,8 x 15,2 x 22,5 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (10 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 741.589 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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A great starting point for teens who are going through unipolar or bipolar disorders (whether they are currently receiving treatment or not), Bev Cobain presents the complex issues at hand in very understandable terms and constantly reiterates the important points that depressed teenagers or teenagers who know friends who suffer from depression must take to heart. The little footnotes at the bottom of most pages are very helpful, just in case the reader decides to skim through or jump around the pages so that every necessary information is readily accessible. The useful diagrams and tips also give depressed adolescents a great way to take action immediately and perhaps feel some sense of accomplishment and progress (in fact the mood chart was something two of my past therapists used). The anecdotes, which represent teenagers each coping with different circumstances, put real faces to the more clinical aspects of the book and serve as examples of points made in the previous pages. There are a few holes in the book, however. Perhaps more information on the specific medications will have a reassuring effect on teens who will be taking them. Also, the issue of hospitalization was covered, but more facts about what actually goes on in them may have helped (although, yes, the experience differs with the quality of the hospital itself). Finally, a small section on the various personality disorders may help those teens who suffer from them because they share similar symptoms. Despite these questions, however, the book is an excellent aid for teens who go through what is often described as the "downward spiral."
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This book is a great resource for teens who are depressed. It explains all the biochemical stuff very clearly and understandably. It goes through depression symptoms and treatments, but it also offers practical advice on everything from how to start a conversation about your suicidal thoughts to explaining depression to your friends to "will anything good come of this?" There are personal anecdotes from other depressed teens so the reader doesn't feel all alone in her problems. I have found the survival tips to be invaluable in dealing with my depression. I reread part of this book whenever I'm having a bad day. This is a great book for people like me and I wish I could buy copies for all the depressed teens I know.
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Hey all,
To whomever is interested in the plight of Kurt Cobain and thousands of other young, talented, yet disturbed human beings out there I highly recommend picking up Beverly Cobain's "When Nothing Matters Anymore".
Depression is such a crummy thing. However, it is highly preventable and manageable, and never rears it's ugly head in an instant. Depression and feelings of hopelessness and despair take a long time to manifest themselves in people. The foundation is layed when you're younger and from what I have found, it only takes that one trigger, that one speedbump in your life that sets off something bigger. I feel for Kurt it must have been the fame and fortune that has doomed so many before him.
But everyone has different circumstances. It is VERY VERY important to find someone to talk to in a time of grief and confusion. The mind is a tricky thing and can make you believe things are worse than they really are. And it can make you believe the end has come and there's no hope for more. But there is, there ALWAYS is. Life has it's ups and downs and, again, it is VERY VERY important to talk your feelings out with someone, a girlfriend, a mother, a father, a best friend. You can even write your feelings out in a diary or a song. I find it very soothing listening to Nirvana music. They have gotten me through a lot.
Furthermore, catching yourself when you're feeling down, but not yet out is truly a gift from above. It is the gift of life, yours. Reclaiming your life from depression and sadness will help you live longer and happier. You'll become a more productive human being and give of yourself to this world, instead of the world taking from you. Life is a trip.
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This book extends a compassionate, knowledgeable, hand to teens trying to understand the complex and frustrating dynamics of living with depression. Author Bev Cobain demystifies mental health terminology with staightforward explanations about the various kinds of depression and the difference between "the blues" and more serious kinds of depression that need attention.
This is an interactive book where teens are shown how to take an active role in doing things to help themselves stay healthy. Young readers will find themselves in one or more of the stories told by eleven teens from many walks of life as they describe their struggles with depression. The stories demonstrate that young people can do something about depression and have hope for the future.
Parnts, school counselors, mental health providers, physicians and others who work with depressed teens, will find useful, practical, information in this book. Any depressed teen luckly enough to receive this book from a caring, concerned adult will find comfort. Indeed, it may save a life.
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