In 2012, 16 million adults in the United States suffered from at least one major depressive episode. That’s almost 7% of the population, and I bet that these numbers aren’t going down.
WHO estimates that 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression.
And a lot of those people will seek help in books.
Do you have any kind of experience with depression? Maybe you’ve overcome it yourself? Maybe you know someone who has?
If so, you can help others overcome it as well by writing a self-help book about it.
The thing is that even if you use your own experience, you’ll need to do research to get the details right. Research takes time and energy, and it’s often enough to keep me from writing a book, if I know that I have several hours of research ahead of me, before I can even begin typing the text.
If you’re like me, you would love it if somebody else took care of the research, and that’s why it got me very excited when I heard that Tiffany Lambert had written several reports about depression. Reports, she’s sharing now as PLR, meaning you can change it and use it as your own.
Warning: Don’t publish it on Kindle as it is. Use this only as research, and rewrite it in your own words. It’s not the writing that takes time. It’s the research.
For one week you can get it for half the price.
That’s 30 pages for only $15.
Check it out here http://malka.im/tiffdepression
There’s an upsell, too. 41 pages of great content for only $20. This is what it contains: