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I Want To DIE: 100 Reasons Why You Shouldn't (My Battle With Depression, Hating Myself, Hating Everything, And The Road To Recovery) [Kindle Edition]

Michael Love

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Book Description

"This is Raw Depression Treatment, Unbarred, Uncut and Endlessly Engaging - From Start To Finish, You Experience A Roller-coaster Ride Which Takes You To The Darkest Places On Earth Michael Has Gone To, Then Brings You Back. There Is Profanity, Endless Sarcasm, Science, Love, The "I Hate Myself" Moments, Beauty And More!

Hey Michael here...

I don't know about you, but if you're anything like me, you probably asked yourself "why am i so depressed" a few times during your lifetime, yes? Heck, I used to do it daily, multiple times a day!
If not, then congratulations on your perfect life full of joy and laughter. It must be nice to be on cloud 9 all the time? (just kidding - it's hard to portray sarcasm in writing, but I am a snarly bastard, so even if you aren't fighting depression, keep reading because I will be throwing in array of zingers like this one ;)

Alright, if you said "yes", this is what I like to call "depression mindfulness" which sucks worse then waking up for work on Mondays (or Tuesdays... or Wednesdays... ok, I think you got it)
Don't worry, I'm not about to get into some long monologue related to self-help where I bombard you with "just believe and it will come true!!!! ... but only if you buy my book!". Forget that non-sense, it only works if you ACTUALLY buy my book (see what I did there). Ok,ok, before you say "I hate myself and want to die, yet this tool is just cracking jokes" let me tell you a bit about myself and my journey.

I was pronounced clinically dead by suicide.

I had sever depression, I used to always say things like "I hate everyone", "I hate myself", "I feel like dying" etc etc. After coming back from the dead, I started a different path in life.
Questions such as "why am i so depressed" started turning into "how do I stop being depressed", "whats the cause of my depression and how do I fix it".

I wrote this book for you specifically, so that if you choose, you may start a new journey as well.
Now that you know absolutely nothing about the book or how it will help you treat depression, I will crack some more jokes and then give you some insights into it (just kidding! I'll do it now)

When you pick up "I Want To Die: 100 Reasons Why You Shouldn't" I will take you to places you have been and are yet to experience. I get into the worst possible depressive states that I experienced and slowly expand on things that have changed me for the better.

Ever commit petty crimes? started a cult? became a dancer? stopped showering?

If those sound weird, or don't make sense, then keep reading...

Have you ever met a monk? survived in the wilderness? or experienced TRUE freedom?

If you answered "no" to any of those questions, I have one hell of a ride me and you are going to take!

I'm looking forward to taking it with you, so let's connect through the words inside of this book :) - Click the button at the top to start your journey NOW!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Bought this for a family member 5 Jan. 2014
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My hopes and prayers go out to those suffering with depression. The author speaks from a first person perspective on how to overcome. I bought this to "lend" to a family member. May the words on these pages bring healing and help to those who need the message. You are loved.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 100% recommended 7 Jan. 2014
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From someone who was depressed at the time of reading this, I could clearly relate to the author's stories, and liked it so much that at times I felt pretty good about life even though some crazy things are going on right now. I recommend this book 100% to anyone, especially those of us that are depressed or have been depressed in the past.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth Every Cent--gripping, real, and life shaking--would read again. 14 Jan. 2014
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I was lucky enough to get a copy of this book when it was on promotion for free and looking at the price tag, I can honestly say after reading it that I would definitely pay to own. (It's a shame they aren't selling paperbacks because that cover would look nice on my desk.)

I was initially sceptical of the quality of the book because of the many grammatical inaccuracies in the description (perhaps intentional); however, the book itself appears to be well edited for what I assume is a self-published piece. The typesetting is also brilliant and it's layered in a highly-readable logical sequence with a terrific choice of fonts.

The content itself is fairly unique. I'm not sure how to characterise this book or what its ISBN should be because I've never quite read a self-help book with such distinctive narration that doesn't feel disgustingly helpful. The writer is a very sharp, sarcastic guy that will help you in all the ways your therapist is too scared to try. Michael neither sugar coats or waters down his zany advice.

Finally, the premise of the book is kind of like a bucket list in the sense that if you're genuinely suicidal, there's clearly 100 things you need to try before you "jump into the void" as he would say. All in all, feeling pretty good that I got it for free as the free books are usually terrible.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thanks for writing this book. 15 Jan. 2014
By Ken - Published on
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I have all these books on self help, improving yourself and living life to its fullest. This book was from a different perspective and I enjoyed it alot.
5.0 out of 5 stars Life goes on... 8 Feb. 2014
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...long after the joy of living is gone. The book was free so I read it out of curiosity. Not currently depressed but it's a common emotion that many people experience at some point during life. I was ROFL while reading this. The author has a sense of humor. He also presents many options for reasons to live-imagining actually doing some of them-well, read it and weep from laughing so hard. What this book does do is remind you of everything that is good about waking up breathing each day.
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