Caroline Carr's book follows her own story of coping with a partner who gradually slid into depression and - eventually - came out of it again. Although their relationship was changed, it survived, and she describes how she felt and the strategies she used to cope. She has talked to many other people whose partners have suffered from depression and she uses these as case studies throughout the book. She also gives a mass of practical advice, some she used at the time and some learnt later, to help others going through the same stressful experience.
Founder of LET THE SUNSHINE IN - a unique recourse for those who want to connect with their bright side, especially when their partner is depressed, Caroline has been billed as 'The UK's leading Expert for Partners Living with Depression.'
She is a life coach, a hypnotherapist and the author of several self-help books, including 'Living with depression', 'How not to worry' and 'The Menopause.' Caroline also teaches Laughter Yoga, and runs laughter regular workshops in Dorset.
Caroline has been interviewed on television and radio and has contributed to a range of publications and magazines, including The Independent, The Daily Mail, Sunday Express, Good Housekeeping, SHE, Best, Prima, Women's Weekly, and various health publications.
www.carolinecarr.com (for hypnotherapy)