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126. Lies and Truth

Jane’s negative self-esteem kept her in a black cloud of depression. She took medication to dampen the symptoms, saw a counselor to help her deal with her everyday life, and met with her pastor every month to bring the word … Continue reading

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117. Bright Light Therapy

From http://www.johnshopkinshealthalerts.com. Exposure to bright light may help lighten the symptoms of major depression, according to a study reported in the Archives of General Psychiatry (Volume 68, page 61). In the study, Dutch researchers included 89 people with major depressive … Continue reading

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106. Living in the Present

This blog should be useful to everyone but especially important to those who are depressed, who keep dwelling on the awful things of their past and worrying about the terrible things that might happen in the future. STOP! You can … Continue reading

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105. Men and Women and Depression

At first I was surprised by persons with depression who refused to seek help. As I continue in my life coaching ministry, I am no longer surprised.  Many men and women who are depressed seek no help of any kind … Continue reading

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104. Body, Soul, and Spirit

There are those who believe we are made up of only soul and body, with the soul somehow containing the spirit. I could argue that point at some length, but for now I prefer to point out a Scripture passage … Continue reading

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103. Starting on a Path toward Acceptance

John Folk-Williams has been living with depression for many years and has come to understand how to deal with it, as I have. Do you remember my blog about the dark cloud called depression that belongs to me? I walked … Continue reading

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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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