Depression - Grace Yip


By Grace Yip

  • Release Date: 2014-06-28
  • Genre: Medical
Score: 4
From 200 Ratings


Depression hurts, and it's true. It hurts not only the person, but the family and other people. This short book talks about what depression is, the types of depression, and what you can do to help. It contains all the basic information and how YOU can make a life changing difference and help someone with depression.


  • awesome

    By keven3
    awesome small books is there a extenders version? i want to keep ready it make me feel safe and not alone. if so and anyone who knows about a book like that please let me know. thanks
  • Good read, quick and bland.

    By Asseenontv23
    I myself write about depression, I’m diagnosed with clinical depression and anxiety disorder. I rather enjoyed this read, however, it seems as though the author spent very little time researching the topic, seen by the length of this piece as well as their own testament stating “today” they wrote this piece. I’ve personally suffered from this disorder for my entire life, with several attempts of suicide and a very unknown future because of it. With that said, I’d wished for more detail, examples of situations of their friends, family members, and the like, rather than a tip of the hat to them. Thank you for attempting to write about depression, your cover art is captivating.
  • I was depressed now I'm not

    By DamaJake
    Because of this book
  • great

    By vatalokagee
    share this
  • Good

    By Vitososa
    Good book very short
  • Sample reading

    By Needs time limit setting(s)
    The sample reading was okay. It didn't get into too much depth of or about the book. It did however, discuss what depression is and the percentage of people that are or will suffer from sort of depression in their lifetime.
  • Worst first paragraph ever for people who are depressed

    By IGotmailYea
    See above
  • Helpful, deep

    By xbxrxex
    Very informative
  • Informative

    By Family8103
    Full of facts did really say ways of working through it