How to Form a Battle Plan for Your Depression

Mental health has plagued us for generations. Depression and anxiety are far more widespread and spoken about than in our parents day. With the quickly-changing world, an even faster awakening has come to the places where we struggle with our mental health.It should come as no surprise that this year has ramped up even higher... Read more

What Is Anxiety vs. Depression?

Similar and Different Anxiety and depression are different, and yet they can also overlap. About fifty percent of people with depression also have anxiety together with it. So, it's important to separate them, but also to be careful to realize that they do sometimes overlap. How do we separate depression and anxiety? The symptoms of... Read more

How to Fight Stay-at-Home-Mom Depression

First of all, anytime you experience troubling emotional symptoms it is important to check in with your doctor to rule out other causes and get their professional advice on ways to treat how you are feeling. Therapy and medication can be amazing game-changers when struggling with mental health issues. These are tools you should explore with... Read more

As Depression, Anxiety, Grief Spike during Pandemic, Churches Offer Hope

As Depression, Anxiety, Grief Spike during Pandemic, Churches Offer Hope CHICAGO (RNS) Not long into the coronavirus pandemic, the Rev. Sandra Maria Van Opstal, a pastor at Grace and Peace Church on the West Side of Chicago, began to hear from congregants who lost their jobs and were struggling financially as the city... Read more

Podcast: Help! My Teen Is Struggling with Anxiety and Depression (David Murray)

This article is part of the The Crossway Podcast series. How Parents Can Help In this episode, David Murray, author of Why Is My Teenager Feeling Like This?: A Guide to Helping Teens through Anxiety and Depression, discusses how parents can help teens who struggle with anxiety and depression. He reflects on the dramatic rise... Read more

How to Battle Depression in Isolation

If I am honest with myself, there are times even in a house full of people that loneliness is stronger than ever. Maybe it is the quarantine rules that are keeping me from interacting with friends in a way I am used to. Or maybe it is the fact that it feels like so much... Read more

TGC Q&A Podcast: How Do I Overcome Anxiety and Depression?

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Andrew Dealy: Hi. You’re listening to TGC Q&A, a podcast from the Gospel Coalition and this is the Biblical Counseling Series featuring hopeful answers to your questions on navigating fear, anxiety, ministry and... Read more

12 Tasty Depression Era Recipes That Wont Break the Bank

Money is tight and food prices are rising. Tasty Depression Era recipes connect us with past generations and offer a great way to eat cleaner and cheaper!If youve had the privilege of knowing someone who lived through the Great Depression, more than likely you heard about the food they ate or didnt eat. Learning how... Read more

Bible Verses about Depression

Scripture Quotes on Depression Isaiah 41:10 ESVFear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.Matthew 11:28 ESV Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.Jeremiah 29:11 ESV For I... Read more

How to Care for Friends with Anxiety and Depression

Slice me open, and I bleed anxiety. I always have. I grew up in ’80s and ’90s Northern Ireland, a place riven by chaos and conflict. If fear was a contagion, back then we were all infected. At the same time, the headlines (those I remember) were full of the AIDS epidemica terrifying and fatal... Read more

5 Issues Christians Ought to Know About Melancholy and Nervousness | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] Editor’s Word: This text was initially posted in 2017. We're re-sharing it now in gentle of how many individuals could discover their struggles with despair and anxiousness exacerbated by self-isolation. Melancholy and anxiousness are typically a few of these sensitive topics which are powerful to sort out from a Christian perspective. It’s... Read more

5 Issues to By no means Say to Somebody With Melancholy and Nervousness | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] We be taught it from a younger age: hurtful phrases lower deep. Typically we discover ourselves hurting extra when these hurtful phrases had been meant in a spirit of fine intention. The individuals speaking to us arent essentially making an attempt to harm us; usually, its fairly the other. They might need... Read more