Recommended Read: 3,000 Pulses Later: A Memoir of Surviving Depression Without Medication

Updated: Feb 27

3,000 Pulses Later: A Memoir of Surviving Depression Without Medication describes how Martha Rhodes, a successful advertising executive, wife, and mother with a seemingly ideal life succumbed to depression and overdosed on Xanax and alcohol in a failed suicide attempt.

The memoir describes her challenges with untreated, drug-resistant depression and the struggle to find an alternative to the drugs that failed to relieve her symptoms.

After a gruelling stay in a psychiatric ward and many months of trial-and-error medications, Rhodes pursued TMS, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, the FDA-cleared, safe and proven-effective alternative to ECT (electroconvulsive therapy) and ineffective drugs.


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