From the author of the #1 international mental health bestseller DEPRESSION IS A LIAR
As anyone who’s ever suffered from depression knows, it can make us feel like we’re living in a body that fights to survive, with a mind that tries to die.
It can make us feel scared, miserable, empty, numb, ashamed, embarrassed and unable to recognise the fun, happy person we used to be.
It can make it impossible to be able to construct or even envision a future.
It can make us feel so confused and mixed up that we can’t see a single answer for any of the problems in our lives, and it can make us feel devastatedly helpless as a result.
It can be so overwhelming that it can feel as if we’re fighting to keep our head above water when it’s up to our nose, and the water keeps getting deeper, and we don’t know how to swim, and there’s no one around to save us, and no matter how much we kick and struggle and scream, we just keep sinking. And after a while, it can make us question, what’s the point? What’s the point in continuing to fight a battle we don’t think we can win? And it can make us wonder if everything wouldn’t be better if we just disappeared ...
Under any circumstances, depression is a horribly, horribly difficult illness to deal with. However, what makes it all the more crippling is that due to the stigma surrounding it, many sufferers don’t feel as if they can talk about it with their loved ones. Consequently, instead of receiving the care and support they need, they keep all their pain to themselves, and thus have that pain compounded by feeling isolated, alone, and misunderstood.
Hi, my name's Danny Baker, and unfortunately, I know exactly how that feels.
When I was younger, I suffered from life-threatening bouts of depression that for four years led to alcoholism, drug abuse, medicine-induced psychosis and multiple hospitalisations – and when I was first afflicted by the illness, I had very few people to talk to about it. Like many other sufferers, I was too scared to tell my friends what I was going through, and on the rare occasions I tried to, the conversation would never go the way I’d want, and once again, I’d find myself feeling bereft of support. Yet over time, I realised that being able to talk about my condition was a skill like anything else, and as I continued to hone it, I started having a lot more of the open, honest, comfortable conversations that I wanted to have. And, thanks to this, in the latter months and years that I battled the black dog, I was able to cultivate a wonderful group of friends and family members that I could turn to for help.
In this course – How To Tell Someone You Struggle With Depression – I’ll show you how you can tell your loved ones that you suffer from depression in such a way that it leads to you having your own open, honest, comfortable conversations about your illness, and thus ultimately results in you developing that understanding network of supporters that you so richly deserve.
HERE'S A SECTION-BY-SECTION BREAKDOWN OF THIS COURSE, AND EXACTLY WHAT YOU'LL LEARN BY TAKING IT:
The skills you'll learn in this course are the exact skills I learned that led to me having countless open, honest, comfortable conversations about my depression – and thus led to me developing an understanding network of supporters that I could turn to when needed. And if you let me, I'd love to share these skills with you so that you can do the same.
FAQ#1: If I buy the course, how long will I have access to it?
I get that you're a busy person, which is one of the reasons why you get lifelong access to this course – so that you can go through it at your own pace (the other reason is so that you can re-watch particularly relevant modules whenever you need to at any point in your life).
FAQ#2: What if I try the course and I don’t like it?
I'm very confident that you'll find this course extremely helpful. In fact, I'm so confident that you're going to love it that if for whatever reason you don't, then just tell me within 30 days and I’ll give you a full refund – no questions asked.
Given that there's a 100% money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose – and everything to gain – by trying this course.
So join me and I'll show you how to tell someone that you struggle with depression – in a way that leads to you developing the caring network of supporters you so richly deserve.
Click the “take this course” button at the top of the page now!
Danny Baker is a 28 year old contemporary fiction author whose works tend to focus on love, relationships, mental health and travel. He’s currently published three books – the Amazon UK Top 100 bestseller I Will Not Kill Myself, Olivia, which explores how high school sweethearts Jimmy and Olivia try to hang on to love in the face of Jimmy’s mounting depression; the sequel I Just Want To Be Happy, Olivia; and the Amazon UK Top 100 and #1 international mental health bestseller Depression is a Liar, which is a memoir about Danny’s struggle and eventual triumph over depression.
Although originally from Sydney, Australia, Danny travels the world full-time while we writes his books. He spent the majority of 2016 in South America and Europe, and in 2017, will visit Central America and The Caribbean before moving to Poland to live with his girlfriend.
His future goals include to visit every country in the world, to hit the New York Times bestseller list, and to get married one day and have a family