Out of the Blue

Ten minutes ago, I was in the process of purchasing travel insurance for an upcoming trip. The person taking my order was a young woman named Theresa who lives in Wisconsin.

We chatted while the policy processed in their system, and I let he know I was an author. When she asked what books I’ve written, I told her my latest book was called How I Escaped from Depression. The phone went silent for a couple of seconds, after which Theresa told me her father had bought the book on Amazon and had benefited greatly from it. He’s recommended it to several of his friends.

Theresa also has had experience with depression and asked her father to lend her the book. He refused, with a chuckle she said, because he didn’t want to give up his copy. She’s going to purchase her own copy on Amazon. If you are interested in doing the same, here’s the ordering link: HOW I ESCAPED FROM DEPRESSION.


About Patrick Day

In 2010, I escaped from four long years of deep, dark depression. This blog shares lessons I learned from those years as depicted in my autobiography - How I Escaped from Depression - as well as other insights about depression and anxiety that only come from someone who has gone through it. When you have a heart attack, you become an expert in heart attacks. When you have diabetes, you become an expert in that condition. As such, I am an expert in depression, with a four-year experiential degree and graduate studies in how to live a life going forward that keeps the ever-lurking Depression at a healthy distance.
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