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Book Review: Dr Terry Lynch – “Depression Delusion” (Volume One- The Myth Of The Brain Chemical Imbalance)

on July 22, 2015

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I would like to thank Dr. Terry Lynch for forwarding me an advance copy of his book for review :”Depression Delusion” (Volume One, The Myth Of The Brain Chemical Imbalance). I have been honored to get to read it before the general release in September 2015.

The basic premise of Terry’s book is to bury the so called ‘chemical imbalance theory’ once and for all. After reading through the 336 pages of his brilliant ‘depression delusion’ I think I can confidently say that Terry has not only buried the ‘chemical imbalance’ hypothesis but he has also given it its last rites, danced around it merrily at its wake, incinerated it thoroughly in the crematorium, and then plunged its ashen remains to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. This is the definitive book on ‘the chemical imbalance theory’. It is a game-changer in terms of how people will perceive psychiatric diagnoses, the…

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