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'a moving account of overcoming depression' -- Good Housekeeping 'an intensely honest and personal account' -- Dublin Daily 'I read your book last night and for the first time in twelve long, lonely years I got healing. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.' -- Reader letter Gareth O'Callaghan is a radio broadcaster known throughout Ireland for his lively afternoon show on 2FM. He has been a DJ for 20 years and previously worked in a department store, in insurance, and briefly joined the priesthood. He is a master practitioner in neurolinguistic psychology and now travels Ireland giving talks to doctors and support groups on the subject of depression. He has three daughters and lives in North Dublin.
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