Category: Depression

Grateful, Part 2

If you haven’t read part 1 of Dianne’s story, please read it here first. God Protected Her One night after moving into her own apartment, Dianne invited a friend over to hang out. When Dianne heard footsteps outside the door, she opened it to find a man with a gun instead of her friend. He Read More

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Grateful, Part 1

Dianne* met a couple of strip club dancers when she was 17 who encouraged her to dance, but she told them she wasn’t interested. So they encouraged her to turn tricks instead. * Her real name, used with permission. “I was too screwed up to get a job, and I needed money for drugs,” Dianne Read More

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Out of the Dark

Most of us have been there. In the dark. Feeling lost. Trapped. Lacking vision. Lacking hope. Singer/songwriter Mandisa WAS there, but now. Now she’s out of the dark and into the light! This album is POWERFUL!   Out of the Dark Mandisa said Psalm 40:2-3 was the inspiration for her new music. It says, “He lifted Read More

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Loved the Feeling of Being Starved

Like every college freshman who adds the “freshman fifteen,” Bridget* began dieting and exercising her sophomore year. Before long the glamorous idea of getting healthy turned into an obsessive behavior. One that took over her life. * Her real name, used with permission. Despite reaching the goal of studying meteorology at her first choice college, Read More

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Hope Prevails

“I’ve written this book because I’ve been there,” Dr. Michelle Bengtson shares in her newly released book Hope Prevails. Not only does she treat patients who are in the pit of depression, but she’s been there herself. Chains of Depression Falling Off As a board-certified neuropsychologist, Dr. Michelle Bengston offers therapy for patients who struggle Read More

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