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In seeking a way to heal from his depression, author Douglas Bloch came to develop a "better mood" recovery program that employs a "holistic," multi-modal approach to lifting one's mood. The result is the e-book, Healing From Depression Naturally, which consists of 52 proven tips that are designed to help the reader to live optimally and to manage his symptoms of depression and/or anxiety. Using the tools from Healing From Depression Naturally, the reader will learn to:• adopt new beliefs.• develop new behaviors and habits.• strengthen his “psychological immune system and learn new ways to respond to stress. Therefore, by applying these strategies the reader can change his brain, and thus change his life. "To optimize the function of the healing system, you must do everything in your power to improve physical health, mental/emotional health, and spiritual health...One must see the whole picture of health, andunderstand the importance of working on all fronts."Andrew WeilEight Weeks to Optimal Health
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