Finding Hope in the Age of Melancholy – Beveled pages, cut heart

April 30, 2022

Good Lord! The end of April. Already!

May days … here we come!

What can I say about this book? It is spectacular. Sometimes, it really is that simple!

The Self-Help Whisperer®

My copy of Finding Hope in the Age of Melancholy by David S. Awbrey is stunning! The pages are beveled along the edges … you know how I love that! Also, they’re of high-quality, thick ivory paper. The cover has a matte finish in gold and blue…

As if the look of the book is everything, eh?

But ya know… sometimes – okay, often – it matters to me. What can I say? I’m shallow. Kidding. We all know I’m a navel-gazing deepster, which sounds nasty but isn’t. It also isn’t a real word. Apologies.

Yes, it’s a book about depression (or melancholy as it is also known). Yes, it is spiritual and yes, it is cultural and yes, it is ultimately the story of a man who went into a midlife crisis and came out the other side. And yes, it touched my heart.

Though Awbrey doesn’t call it…

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