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A Sheltered Life - eBook  -     By: Darrell Hazle
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Title: A Sheltered Life - eBook
By: Darrell Hazle
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2020
ISBN: 9781664200227
ISBN-13: 9781664200227
Stock No: WW113181EB

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Dr. Hazle thanks God and those who have helped him have a happy, successful, and Christian life. He takes the readers through many events that he considers the providence of God in his life including the serendipitous discovery of the first antidepressant—imipramine marketed in 1957—which was used to treat his first depression in 1975. He describes in his book how at the age of seventy-five years he has had a successful career as a dental officer in the United States Public Health Service and an exciting retirement even with three bouts of depression and being maintained on medication since 1975 for bipolar disorder. Of particular importance is the adversity God gave him during his third depression---lasting eighteen months---and the spiritual changes which he credits with making hm a more mature Christ-centered Christian.

He also attributes part of his success in managing his bipolar illness with his understanding of neurotransmitters and emotions that began with a research project at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in 1968.

Described in the book is his family history of treatment for disabeling depression in three generations including: one suicide and one suicide attempt, and three family members receiving electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

He also challenges readers and demonstrates making stimulating music memories with good emotions that they would like to recall for the rest of their lives.

He believes this book would be of interest to those exploring the science of depression, alcoholism, and addiction to nicotine and other drugs, as well as spiritual aspects of behavior.

In the last chapter read about the author’s most interesting and memorable pheasant and duck hunting and fishing trips.

God has carried out his plan for Dr. Hazle. His sincere desire is that God would be glorified through this book.

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Dr. Hazle thanks God and those who have helped him have a happy, successful, and Christian life. He takes the readers through many events that he considers the providence of God in his life including the serendipitous discovery of the first antidepressant—imipramine marketed in 1957—which was used to treat his first depression in 1975. He describes in his book how at the age of seventy-five years he has had a successful career as a dental officer in the United States Public Health Service and an exciting retirement even with three bouts of depression and being maintained on medication since 1975 for bipolar disorder. Of particular importance is the adversity God gave him during his third depression---lasting eighteen months---and the spiritual changes which he credits with making hm a more mature Christ-centered Christian.

He also attributes part of his success in managing his bipolar illness with his understanding of neurotransmitters and emotions that began with a research project at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in 1968.

Described in the book is his family history of treatment for disabeling depression in three generations including: one suicide and one suicide attempt, and three family members receiving electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

He also challenges readers and demonstrates making stimulating music memories with good emotions that they would like to recall for the rest of their lives.

He believes this book would be of interest to those exploring the science of depression, alcoholism, and addiction to nicotine and other drugs, as well as spiritual aspects of behavior.

In the last chapter read about the author’s most interesting and memorable pheasant and duck hunting and fishing trips.

God has carried out his plan for Dr. Hazle. His sincere desire is that God would be glorified through this book.

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