Monthly Archives: June 2012

100. The Quiet Crisis of Chronic Depression

Since I have written my novel, Too Late in the Afternoon: One Man’s Triumph over depression, and since I have started coaching those who are depressed, I have been deeply struck with the high number of people who have depression … Continue reading

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99. The Power of Prayer

From the Johns Hopkins Health Alert I thought this was an interesting article; even the medical field is starting to understand the power of prayer and the healing power of deep spiritual faith. Many psychotherapists and psychiatrists who are not … Continue reading

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98. A Confluence of Three Rivers

Depression is a confluence of three rivers. One is called Body, one is called Soul, and the third is called Spirit. When they blend together, they are one whole and complete river. You are not one of these rivers or … Continue reading

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97. How do you talk to a friend who you feel is depressed?

First of all, you don’t want to start with, “You seem to be depressed, and I’m wondering if I can be of help to you.” Many friends, even close friends, don’t want to be singled out as being depressed. Here … Continue reading

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96. Asking for Help

Psalm 69 13 But I pray to you, Lord,     in the time of your favor; in your great love, O God,     answer me with your sure salvation. 14 Rescue me from the mire,     do not let me sink; deliver me from those … Continue reading

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95. King David in Depression

Psalm 69 Save me, O God,     for the waters have come up to my neck. 2 I sink in the miry depths,     where there is no foothold. I have come into the deep waters;     the floods engulf me. 3 I am worn … Continue reading

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94. Let Jesus be the Captain of Your Ship

“I am the captain of my ship; My life belongs to me. I’ll take my chances on my own In this the swirling sea.” O, fool, you chose to steer your ship, And now you’re on the rocks. Depression has … Continue reading

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