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Depression webinar

Join me onThursday 26th July at 8.00 pm (UK time)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAD TO BE CANCELLED ON 19TH JULY FOR TECHNICAL REASONS. I’VE CARRIED IT FORWARD BY A WEEK.

You might think that I’m going to complain about feeling depressed, I’m not.

I was intending to talk about empathy in this week’s webinar, but then a post I wrote some time ago – Depression’s a Bugger – popped up. So I decided it would be more useful.

Every case of depression is a personal tragedy. We all need to care enough to start thinking for ourselves, challenging and changing our expectations about depression and its treatment.

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