I had a black dog : his name was depression / Matthew Johnstone.Momo rauemi: PukapukaKaiwhakaputa: Sydney : Pan, c2005Whakaahuatanga:  p. : col. ill. ; 17 cm.ISBN: 0330421832.Ngā marau: Depression, MentalDDC classification: 616.8527
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Ever since Winston Churchill popularised the phrase Black Dog to describe the bouts of depression he experienced for much of his life, it has become the shorthand for the disease that millions of people suffer from, often in shame and silence.Artist and writer Matthew Johnstone, a sufferer himself, has written and illustrated this moving and uplifting insight into what it is like to have a Black Dog as a companion. It shows that strength and support that can be found within and around us to tame it. Black Dog can be a terrible beast, but with the right steps can be brought to heel.There are many different breeds of Black Dog affecting millions of people from all walks of life. The Black Dog is an equal opportunity mongrel.Stunningly illustrated, totally inspiring, this book is a must-have for anyone who has ever had a Black Dog, or knows someone who has.