Dear Friends,

I’ve been blogging for three years now. Creating this site—evolutionyou.net—has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Although I have made no money through this venture, I’ve been been paid thousands of times over through the kind words & gratitude of my readers and through the priceless relationships that I have forged.

Today, I am so excited to announce the launch of my first e-book—

Beat Anxiety, Overcome Depression

The Journey from Darkness to Light

the best of evolutionyou.net 2009—2011

The book sells for $9. Click here to purchase your copy now!

Here is a sneak peek at the chapter titles:

Chapter 1: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Saved My Life
Chapter 2: Beat Depression, Live Happiness
Chapter 3: Heaven is a Place on Earth: How to End Your Personal Suffering
Chapter 4: How to Combat Anxiety, Panic Attacks, & Depersonalization
Chapter 5: Do Not Seek Happiness, Live It
Chapter 6: Emotional Pain is Conquerable
Chapter 7: Spiritual Wealth = Physical Health
Chapter 8: Practicing Visualization & Reaching Your Goals
Chapter 9: Faith
Chapter 10: Pretend and Be: How to be Who You Dream of Being
Chapter 11: Create the Life of Your Dreams
Chapter 12: Conscious Living

This book has been one year in the making. It is truly my greatest labor of love yet. I have taken all of the most important, inspiring, and life-changing content that I have created over the past three years and assembled it into one magical package. As you read it, you will find my heart & soul spilled into the book’s 12 chapters. If you have ever struggled with depression or anxiety, I know that these words will resonate with you. Click here to purchase your copy now!

With all of my love & all of my light,
Dena

5 thoughts on “Beat Anxiety, Overcome Depression: The Book”

  1. Thanks for taking the time to look at depression. Your prescription
    for overcoming depression has some valuable ideas, but I think your
    understanding of this disease is lacking.

    First of all, there are different types of depression. You can have
    situational depression, as you describe, because of your life
    circumstances. There is also chronic depression, and something called
    “double depression”.

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