Resources for depression: finding hope

Depression is unfortunately a very common condition among Canadians today. I believe the statistics say 1 in 5 people will suffer depression at some point in their lives.

If that should be you, do not despair. First of all, you are not alone. Second of all, there is help out there. I’m including in this post two links to free resources.

The first is the Antidepressant Skills Workbook (skills not pills) which can be downloaded at:

The second resource is a series of helpful booklets produced by CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association), as part of their Living Life to the Full Program (LLTTF). You can download the booklets free or order paper copies at:


Yours in hope,

Calm Pond


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