ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM DEPRESSION FALLOUT?
The answer is YES if your husband, wife, lover,
parent, child, or close friend is one of the more than 20 million Americans
who suffer from depression or bipolar disorder. And if you wonder why the person you have known and loved for so long
seems to have undergone a personality change, has become hard to reach,
touchy and difficult to live with, and appears unwilling to accept your love
and support, you have come to the right web site.
Here you will find information, coping strategies that enable you to offer more than love and sympathy,
and equally important, many other people who share your experience. We understand, we know how
hard it is, and we have suggestions about how to repair and preserve the relationship and keep
your self-esteem intact.
- Understanding and Coping offers six topics related to DEPRESSION FALLOUT
- Books has descriptions and reviews of all Anne’s books. Take the
Depression Fallout Quiz. Download the introduction to her
most recent book, Depression Fallout: The Impact of Depression on Couples and
How You Can Preserve the Bond.
- Resources includes links to web sites that provide reliable information about
depression and bipolar disorder and anne's list of recommended reading about these and related illnesses.
- The Message Board is a cyber-support group where you will find a rewarding
mix of shared experience, support, information and an archive of “classic” depression fallout threads.
- About Anne tells you who Anne Sheffield is and why she wrote her books, how
you can contact her and the webmaster, and other relevant information about this web site.
[How You Can Survive When They’re Depressed
] is an extraordinary book, full of
the insights that come from the fact that Anne herself was a victim of depression
fallout . . . She’s got it right, and believe me, she’ll help you cope.”
From the Foreword
“As a psychiatrist, I admire and recommend
by Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes
] this inspired guide
to the hell imposed by a partner’s depression and the coping strategies it offers. Remarkably,
Anne Sheffield’s own experience of depression fallout dulled neither her insights nor her sense
Donald F. Klein, M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University
] offers important help to depressed mothers . . . She has beautifully and
eloquently captured recent advances in the study of depression and provides vital practical advice
for both sufferers and those around them.”
William Beardslee, M.D.
Gardner Monks Professor of Child Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School