Many Christians struggle with depression. It isn’t something a person can just “get over.” Stress and other factors can cause a chemical change in the brain that effects a person’s mood, outlook and overall health.
Learn how people of faith can provide support and hope for someone feeling overwhelmed by depression.
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A therapist talks about three essential factors which helped him begin to heal in his own mental health journey
Dispelling the myth that "true believers don't suffer from depression."
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Practical wisdom for walking alongside someone who is struggling.
Lessons learned from the journey through depression
A personal perspective on anxiety and depression.
Caregiving approaches given to some major historical figures in the Church, including Martin Luther and Charles Spurgeon
Encouragement for those with mental health struggles to find their worth, hope and healing in their God-given identity
Three common false perceptions about depression and mental illness
Plugged In's Paul Asay discusses his own battle with depression
Practical self-care for pastors
Learn what to say... and what not to say.
Learn about Be NICE, a 4-step plan to help others with their mental health
Your friend is in the emotional crisis of depression. This is their darkest moment. What do you do? How can you help?
If you have mental illness, you don't get a casserole. What's the equivalent of a casserole for people with mental illness?
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