Powerfully illustrated by Paul Egel, this book is about the struggle of one man, a highly successful corporate executive, with depression and anxiety.
Anxiety and depression have always been taboo in society. Frequently, the subjects cannot be touched with a "ten-foot pole", let alone be a subject for family discussion. Depression is seen as neither worthy of compassion nor understanding. For the author of this book, a familiar record plays. "Young man, depressed? Nonsense; you have everything you need; just buck up and face the world the way we all have to." The message in this book is one of hope and of love, but most of all it demonstrates what is possible when you place your life, unconditionally, in the hands of Jesus Christ.
John McClure, president of Signalman Publishing, stated, "This book will resonate with anyone who has the same struggles or who has close family members that suffer from anxiety and depression. This is a book that will help the reader understand this condition and Signalman is very happy for the opportunity to present it to the public."
"The Black Dog" (ISBN: 978-1-935991-
About the Author
Rev. John Dolan was raised in Cardiff, Wales and has lived and worked in the United States for more than forty years. John is a British Chartered Accountant (CPA) and is an ordained Deacon in the Episcopal Church USA. John and his wife Karen, have two grown, married children and three grandchildren.
About the Illustrator
Paul Egel is a Chicago native and a professional artist/illustrator. Paul received his BFA from Long Beach State University, California. Other places of study include Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, and College of Du Page, Glen Ellyn, IL.
About Signalman Publishing
Signalman Publishing is an independent book publisher based in Kissimmee, Florida. Signalman is a member of the Christian Small Publishers Association and has a wide range of thought-provoking literature from non-fiction titles on economics, education, and strategy to literary fiction.