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Girl Behind the Fence: Depression by Mozelle Martin and other contributing authors throws light on depression and gives women the confidence to share their stories and connect with readers who are in similar situations and struggling to overcome it. The tools and techniques in the book will help readers to escape from depression and lead a peaceful and fulfilling life. The book also shares the personal experiences of the authors and how daily self-care activities, nutrition, exercise, a great support group, and counseling help improve health and emotional well-being. This book is a good morale booster for all those women who are made to feel small, unimportant, unacceptable, and invisible.
Depression affects 300 million people worldwide and there are many people out there who are embarrassed to seek help. The stories in the book help readers understand how depression and loss can be overcome and it will also encourage them to find their spirituality so that they can cruise through the rough patches, understand the manipulative behavior of people, and protect themselves from harm. Girl Behind the Fence: Depression by Mozelle Martin and other contributing authors gives a lot of information on a relevant topic and the personal stories of the authors make it palpable to readers and help them connect with the information easily. It is a good book to make readers practice mindfulness, self-care, and get out of toxic relationships so that they can take care of their emotional, mental, and physical health and stay happy, calm, and peaceful. It is a good book that will enable readers to take back their power, heal themselves, and become whole and complete.