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But you LOOK just fine : unmasking depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, and seasonal affective disorder / Sahar Abdulazis, Carol Sveilich.

By: Abdulaziz, SaharContributor(s): Sveilich, CarolPublication details: North Charleston, SC : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013Description: 430 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 1478113995; 9781478113997Subject(s): Affective disorders | Depression, Mental | Anxiety | Compulsive behavior | Panic disorders | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Seasonal affective disorder | Affective disorders | Anxiety | Compulsive behavior | Depression, Mental | Panic disorders | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Seasonal affective disorderLOC classification: RC537 | .A25 2013Summary: " ... The authors discuss a wide array of mood disorders and the latest research and treatments, looking one way while feeling another, the difficulty of disclosure, adjusting to a new normal, maintaining relationships and practical coping tools. Disorders are personalized by featuring a remarkable series of portraits and candid profiles of those who live with easily concealed mood challenges."--Back cover.
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Depression
Available Those who live with a mood disorder often wear a social mask of normalcy and calm even though they are living with disruptive psychic pain on the inside. Some people may be carrying around a traumatic event from the past that causes great despair, or they may be in constant inner turmoil, yet they present as being “just fine” in appearance and demeanor. This unique and practical resource offers candid counsel and acts as a user-friendly guide of innovative information and compassion to those with depression, anxiety disorders and other mood disorders. It is also a unique tool for mental healthcare providers. A4131268X
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" ... The authors discuss a wide array of mood disorders and the latest research and treatments, looking one way while feeling another, the difficulty of disclosure, adjusting to a new normal, maintaining relationships and practical coping tools. Disorders are personalized by featuring a remarkable series of portraits and candid profiles of those who live with easily concealed mood challenges."--Back cover.