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Hardcore Self Help: F**k Depression

Narrated by: Robert Duff
Length: 4 hrs and 4 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)
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Hardcore Self Help: F**k Depression is the follow-up to the best-selling F**K Anxiety. In this book I take the information, tips, and insights that I have gained as a psychologist and translate them into language that doesn't suck. This is the self-help book for people who don't usually like self-help books.

In Hardcore Self Help: F**K Depression, I talk to you like a friend. That means I speak directly to you, without psychobabble. Instead I tell you why your brain is such a troll. I explain why you have literally no energy or motivation. I tell you why people are so terrible at offering help. Best of all, I tell you how to take realistic steps toward solving these and many other issues caused by depression.

©2016 Robert Duff (P)2016 Robert Duff

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Not just for mental health newbies

I've been seeing psychologist fot 6 years for my depression and this book still had heaps of great advice for me. Definitely recomend!!!!! Actually, I plan to read it again!!!

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Because I don't have depression, right?

Gave me a totally different perspective on procrastination and guilt. The audible format was great as I couldn't skip sections or decide I didn't need it. It made me curious about the way I think and how it can defeat me.

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Awesomeness

This book helped. For the first time in a very long time I get it. The book explained me to me in a language I understand. This should be compulsory in schools.

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Simple, effective support for depression

This book is for the people that have been searching for solutions yet haven't found their holy grail yet

This book is for people who feel like their only options are seeking professional help and may not be ready to take that plunge

This book is for people that want some simple, easy to understand, prac

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  • JAF
  • 15-08-2017

beginner level help

I've been struggling more than half my life with depression and anxiety (at least 18 years) and feel my experience is past this book. Would be an excellent source for someone beginning their discovery into self help for depression.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 23-01-2017

Good resource for the emotional toolbox

a nice refreshing way to look at working with depression. I appreciated the down-to-earth approach to a daunting problem

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  • jessica
  • 03-05-2017

extremely helpful!

I found this book to be extremely helpful! it was more insightful than most therapy sessions that I've gone to. Plus, it was like having 10 therapy sessions for less than the price of one! if you are struggling with depression on any level and trying to make positive changes, I highly recommend reading this!

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  • Dara
  • 02-01-2017

eh

the narration was forced. you can tell he was reading. the jokes were not good. the overall learning was sort of helpful but by the end I just wanted the book to finish.

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  • Leif Hogden
  • 30-11-2016

good info pertaining to depression.

this book is not an adults book as much as it is a teens book.

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  • Kenesu-kun
  • 25-07-2018

Decent but difficult to recommend

The author tries desperately to appeal to a younger generation by using terms such as "Swag" and "Turnt" going as far to use swear words in just about every other sentence. If you can get past those things there is some good information here my favorite being the "Depression Letter" and the chapter on "Gamification" as it applies to self help. (Both having free resources available on the authors website which is also great)

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  • Marie
  • 01-06-2018

A rung in the ladder necessary to escape

I recommend this book highly for individuals struggling with low self-esteem, general malaise, or full-blown depression. I have only just finished the book so have not perfected some of the skills recommended by Dr Duff. Consequently I am still so deeply mired in the inexorable muck of hopelessness, self-loathing, and paralysis that I don't really have the energy to say much more. Read the book - - it helps.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-04-2018

bad

I made it about 2 minutes into this book. so much bad language just gets uncomfortable to listen to. writer seems to use it just because he can

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  • Ben
  • 16-11-2017

Found myself waiting for it to end

The book contains some very good information. But I found myself getting irritated as I was listening.

The author talks too much about himself and his routine. I understand he is th

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  • Maja
  • 20-10-2017

Okay

As I listened to the book it made me more depressed. It took me two days to listen to the book but it just seemed to drag me down and become more depressed than I originally was. This book was a prescription for self help since my parents don’t believe and depression and won’t allow me to get actual help. I just consumed myself wail listing. Towards the end I just wanted the book to end. But mainly I think it was because of the way I was feeling.

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  • Ian
  • 19-09-2016

You'll benefit from this

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is such a good listen. You'll take so much away from it, yes it didn't fix me straight away but I had lots of armour to help me with my battle.

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  • Thomas Kingo
  • 19-09-2016

Slaying the Dragon

If you or a significant other suffers from depression you should find this book useful - I did :)

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-03-2018

Straight to the point

Robert tells it as it is and suggests some very obvious coping mechanisms that might be so obvious if you are in the thick of it. I thought the last 1/4 was weaker but that’s only because I didn’t need to hear that bit. Overall though a thoroughly recommended book if either you or someone you know is suffering from this crippling condition. Robert - you definitely helped.

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  • Paul
  • 20-10-2017

Great book and great help

ive been diagnosed with PTSD and depression and thanks to Robert am now armed with the weapons to fight these afflictions. Cheers Robert for your no bulls*$t approach to dealing with depression.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-02-2017

Strong. Obligatory .Superb (SOS)

SOS - its a good source to identufy, to know and what to do with deppression. Hats of to author to show the things, how they are, without "Hollywood". 5🌟

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  • david knowles
  • 26-11-2018

Helping me a lot

Helping me a lot, this guys approach suits me very well, it is direct and informative.

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  • C Hayden
  • 06-10-2018

Hard core self help: F**k depression

Great book. Complex subject in easy language. I think it is something worth listening to more than once.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-09-2018

good read

its a good book, , good information in here about depression and how to overcome it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-09-2018

Seeing it from a different angle

This book has gave me some positive reinforcements to try and maid me see it from a outsider looking in kind of angle the quote that touched me the most was ‘suicided is a permanent choice to a temporary situation’ that hit me hard and I hope it does other people the same 100% worth it I got threw it in 2 days would of been one only I was in work 10/10

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  • Fallon
  • 15-06-2018

Awesome

Great book. To the point. Relatable. Not full of medical explanations that no one understands or gives a shit about when they are upset. It’s down to earth and personal.