Table of contents for Black pain : it just looks like we're not hurting : real talk for when there's no where to go but up / by Terrie M. Williams.

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Counter
Depression is rage turned inwards
Table of Contents
Introduction
Black Blues
Chapter One
Depression: Not Killing Us Softly
Chapter Two
I¿m Not Your Superwoman: Overworked, Undervalued, and Under Pressure
Chapter Three
I Wish It Would Rain: Black Men and Depression
Chapter Four
It's a Hard Knock Life: The Young and The Depressed
Chapter Five
That¿s What Friends Are For: How Loved Ones Can Help
Chapter Six
A Spiritual Hospital: The Black Church and Depression
Chapter Seven
Snap Out Of It!: Healing In Your Own Time
Chapter Eight
Oh Lord, Please Don¿t Let Me Be Misunderstood: Can I Get a Diagnosis?
Chapter Nine
I Will Survive: Getting the Healing Done¿
Therapy, Medication, Alternative Medicine, Exercise, and Spirituality
A Final Word
Making a Way Out of No Way
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Mental health.
Depression, Mental -- United States.