Words can either build each other up or tear them down. Read this post for Dr. Bengtson’s suggestions regarding what to say to a depressed loved one.
The Bible tells us that the words we speak can bring life or death, blessing or cursing. Your depressed one needs to know they are loved, accepted, and not alone. Read on to find out what not to say to a depressed loved one.
We are all ministers in our sphere of influence. Ministry can be hard. Jesus’s ministry was hard. What do you do when you face the hard side of ministry?
Have you ever come to the end of your strength? When you could no longer take charge? See what Dr. Bengtson has to say from her own experience.
It’s hard to know how to help a depressed loved one, especially if you’ve never been depressed. Dr. Bengtson gives practical tips on how to help a depressed loved one.
Part of what contributes to depression is our stale thinking. When something is stale, it is on it’s way to a slow death, no longer full of life and freshness. So stale thinking is any thought that does not yield life, but pulls us down. Learn how to eliminate stale thinking.