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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
There is nothing wrong in having a problem with depression or a mental disorder. Release The Pressure: Overly Stressed & Depressed by Amy Raines is an insightful book that speaks about mental disorder and depression and the stigmas, clichés, and taboos attached to it. The book has good techniques and tools for readers suffering from mental disorders on how to define themselves and escape the stigmas that they attach to their own mental stability. Reading this book is also a good way of understanding that the stigmas attached to having a mental problem are highly overrated. Everyone has some problem that can disrupt their life in an unhealthy way and this book is a good tool to help readers identify the things that trigger their anxiety or depression and then learn to cope with their problems by working through them.
Release The Pressure is useful to those readers who cannot afford medical help or to those where medicines did not work. Though the tips and suggestions might take a long time to see results, these do work if readers are committed. Amy Raines tackles the subject in a simple manner, not making it too complicated for readers to apply and practice. This book gives hope and confidence to all readers who have been through mental disorders and depression. The pointers outlined in this book will help them keep focused and committed when it comes to surviving without medicines and not dwelling on the things they cannot change.