Table of contents for Understanding depression : what we know and what you can do about it / J. Raymond DePaulo, Jr., Leslie Alan Horvitz.


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Acknowledgments.
Foreword.
Introduction.
Part One: Understanding Depression.
1 The Experience of Depression.
2 The Experience of Mania: Bipolar Disorder.
3 Who Is at Risk for Depression?
4 Recognizing Depression in All Its Forms and Guises.
5 Stressful Events: When People Get Depressed.
Part Two: Unraveling the Secrets.
6 What Do We Know About the Brain? 
7 Genes and Depression: The Fateful Inheritance.
8 Hormones, Headaches, and Heart Attacks.
Part Three: Depression and Mania and
Destructive Effects on the Whole Person.
9 Depression, Manic Depression, and Relationships.
10 Destructive Behavior.
11 Facing up to Suicide.Part Four: Treatments for Depression.
12 Getting Help for Depression.
13 Making the Diagnosis Is the First Treatment.
14 Medical Treatment.
15 The Different Kinds of Drugs.
16 Psychotherapy: Treating the Person.
17 ECT, Light, and Other Medical Treatments.
18 Alternative Treatments.
19 Hospitalization: A Guide for Patients and Families. 
20 Getting Back to Normal.
21 Going Forward.
Appendix A: Insurance.
Appendix B: Helpful Organizations.
Appendix C: Helpful Books.
Glossary.
Bibliography.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Depression (Mental) Popular works, Manic-depressive illness Popular works