Actually, I'm Not OK

Do you always fake a smile and say you're fine? I used to do the same, my friend, but in this book, I'll teach you how to feel comfortable opening up and talking about your depression - so that you can get the support you deserve.

By Danny Baker of The Depression Project:

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I used to feel so alone.

I used to feel so misunderstood.

I used to feel so bereft of support.

It was so, so hard, my friend. Because, as I'm sure you'll agree, depression is a horribly, horribly difficult illness to deal with under any circumstances.

However, what makes depression 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.

And unfortunately, that's exactly how it used to be for me.

Hi, my name’s Danny Baker, and in case you don’t know, I’m the co-founder of The Depression Project, and an ex-depression sufferer myself.

In fact, from 2008 until the beginning of 2012, I struggled with life-threatening bouts of depression that 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 so many others, 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.

Consequently, I felt bereft of support, and even more broken, miserable and lonely than I already was.

Over time, though, I realised that being able to talk about my depression 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, as a result, 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 who I could turn to for help!

Since then, I've founded The Depression Project with my brother Mathew, and as part of our Depression School, I've written Actually, I'm Not OK - in which I'll teach you everything you need to know in order to feel comfortable opening up and talking about your depression, so that you can develop your own understanding, caring network of supporters as well!

Actually, I'm Not OK

Here's exactly what you'll learn by reading this book:

  • The 7 reasons why it's a good idea to talk about your depression

  • How to conquer any fears, worries or other reservations you have regarding opening up about your depression

    For example, the fear that people will judge you or not understand; shame at having depression; not wanting to be a burden; and many more.

  • How to prepare to have a conversation about your depression

    Including how to get in the right "mindset"; and well as deciding who, how much, where and when to tell someone.

  • How to actually have a conversation about your depression

    Including the different ways to tell someone you have depression; how to handle your friend or family members' response (whether good, bad or ugly); and how to resolve the conversation so that you get what you want out of it.

  • The easiest way to get ongoing, on-point support for your depression

Bonuses!

When you buy this book, you'll also get two great bonuses as well!

  • BONUS #1: Your very own "Depression Letter"

    To make it as easy as possible for your loved ones to understand you, I've drafted a letter which you can use as a template to explain to them exactly what depression feels like, as well as the ways you'd like them to support you through it.

  • BONUS #2: Membership to Depression School's Private Facebook Group

    Here, you'll be able to talk to other people with depression; and get exclusive access to live Q&A videos and seminars by Depression Project co-founder and professional counsellor Mathew Baker.

Like every other book and online course in our Depression School, for your peace of mind, Actually, I'm Not OK also comes with a no-questions-asked, 60 day, 100% money-back guarantee.

(AKA "Our Personal Guarantee To You")

To get instant access to this book as well as the bonus content, click the yellow button below!

All my love,

Danny Baker

Ex-depression-suffer & Co-founder of The Depression Project
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Actually, I'm Not OK

Do you always fake a smile and say you're fine? I used to do the same, my friend, but in this book, I'll teach you how to feel comfortable opening up and talking about your depression - so that you can get the support you deserve.

What's included

  • You'll get this book in multiple digital formats: PDF, MOBI (to read on your Kindle), & ePUB (for all other e-readers)

  • BONUS #1: Your very own "Depression Letter"

  • BONUS #2: Membership to Depression School's Private Facebook Group

Pay once, own it forever

$7.95 USD
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