Out of the Woods: A Journey Through Depression and Anxiety by Brent Williams

| August 11, 2018 | 0 Comments | Email This Post Email This Post

It’s perfectly mainstream to seek and receive physical therapy, but why is emotional therapy so taboo? Men, women, veterans, CEOs, medical professionals, parents, students and even some of today’s hottest celebrities—depression and anxiety impact over 322 million worldwide, it does not discriminate!!!
Are you working on any stories that might begin to make the change in time for Mental Health Awareness Month in May for those seeking help?
How about highlighting the award-winning Out of the Woods: A Journey Through Depression and Anxiety by Brent Williams?  Described as “A brave, important book,” by Stanford University Professor Robert Sapolsky. Out of the Woods is a 160-illustrated-page, graphic memoir that demonstrates the undermining nature of depression, the complex recovery process and the challenges these illnesses produce – in the most unusual of ways, through images and artwork. It is part memoir, and part educational tool to help people understand and overcome these debilitating illnesses.

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