Category Archives: Changing Your Beliefs

309. Fame, Fortune, and Depression

Robert O’Donnell was a paramedic who saved a young girl fallen into a well. He was famous, and he loved all the attention. When the attention ended, he fell himself – into clinical depression. Eight years after his 15 minutes … Continue reading

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295. Unforgiveness

A wonderful source of depression is unforgiveness. Anxiety and stress are byproducts of unforgiveness, and these are two of the major ingredients of depression and other dark places. Jesus tells His disciples in Matthew 18: 21 & 22 that they … Continue reading

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294. Believing the Truth

Lies we tell ourselves, rooted in the past, can be devastating in the present. I know of a young boy whose father, always with a notepad, went to all his sporting events. What this father did was write down all … Continue reading

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226. The Lesson of Depression

I believe I fell into depression because it runs in our family and because I invited two major stress situations into my life at the same time. It was not visited on me by God, but He did allow it … Continue reading

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221. More Lies and Truth

Here’s another story. Mary Ann, a 75-year-old woman who became one of my clients through the intervention of her daughter, also had a traumatic event as a young child. One day, shortly after her husband left home and abandoned her, … Continue reading

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220. Lies and Truth

One of my clients , whom I’ll call Mark,  revealed to me a childhood incident in which his father beat him and told him what an awful little boy he was and then said, “I wish you had never been … Continue reading

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219. Change Your Beliefs

Our beliefs affect our thoughts. Our thoughts affect our attitude. Our attitude affects our disposition. Our disposition affects our condition. If your condition is one of depression, anxiety, or other dark abodes, it may be time to change your beliefs. … Continue reading

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