The Interpersonal Solution to Depression: A Workbook for Changing How You Feel by Changing How You Relate (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook)
Jeremy W. PettitISBN: 1572244186;
Book Description"I?m so clumsy?aren?t I?" "Oh, I look so fat! Don?t I look fat?" Psychologists tell us that people suffering from depression often exhibit three social characteristics that can make them more prone to the disorder: impaired social skills, excessive interpersonal dependency, and excessive interpersonal inhibition. Imagine someone who might ask you one of the questions above. How would you respond? Depressed individuals can oftentimes crave validation from those around them, yet feel devastated when they get criticism or feedback that is not to their liking. Sometimes even their persistent craving for attention is enough to incline others to push the needy individual away, resulting in feelings of rejection?yet another potential depression trigger. People who have trouble relating socially to others at all may be disposed to feelings of loneliness and hopelessness, which are primary risk factors for depression. Interpersonal...
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