The Page Turners - Ranting and Raving About Books: End-of-Book Depression Showing of 32D epression blows. In my experience, the best books on dealing with anxiety and depression are the best because they are honest about the situation. You have to deal with it, engage it, wrestle with it a bit and become stronger in the face of it. I get hundreds of emails every month from people who struggle primarily with anxiety and depression. Many of them are looking for a solution or a piece of wisdom or advice. And this way, when nothing works and the world is still a steaming pile of dogshit , you can blame them and not me. One last statement before we get to the books.
There's No Cure For The Post-Book Blues
Aug 23, PM. I know that everyone has experienced a bit of End-of-Book Depression. My most recent experience with it was not a pleasant one and certainly not one that I wish to undergo a second time. Let's put it this way: Clockwork Princess. I spent about 40 minutes staring at the wall in disbelief as to what had just transpired. Need I say more? What heartbreaking or memorable endings stand out in your mind?
All rights reserved. In the age of Skype, Snapchat, Twitter and Facebook, it is hard enough to disconnect from friends for an hour, let alone lose touch for good. But letting go of friends is a sad and regular reality for many readers. I'm getting very close to the end of a book that has been on my bedside table for months. Reading it has been a slog, but I already know that I will feel bereft when I have closed the covers for the final time. After all, through those many, many pages of Atlas Shrugged , I have come to understand the inner lives of Dagny, Hank and James, better than I know that of some of my friends.
They're fictional, but that doesn't make the loss any less real.
I thought i was the only person who felt like this. I just feel sooooo much depression when i finish a good book or movie. Hey Mate, it is very well written article, thank you for the valuable and useful information. Keep up the good work! Thanks Taurus. Post Book Depression, PBD, is real and troubling syndrome that affects tens of thousands of people each day. Are you suffering from this debilitating condition?
Top definition. Post-Series Depression unknown. Also known as PSD. It is the sadness felt after reading or watching a really long series or story. The bitter feeling when you know the journey is over, but you don't want it to end.