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Dr. Michelle Bengtson
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Insights from a Doctor’s Personal Journey through Depression
In Hope Prevails, Dr. Bengtson writes with deep compassion and empathy, blending her extensive training and faith, to offer readers a hope that is grounded in God’s love and grace. She helps readers understand what depression is, how it affects them spiritually, and what, by God’s grace, it cannot do. The result is a treatment plan that addresses the whole person—not just chemical imbalances in the brain.
For those who struggle with depression and those that want to help them, Hope Prevails offers real hope for the future.
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This is what others are saying about the book – Hope Prevails
“There are many fine, worthy, and insightful books written about depression, but in my view, Dr. Bengtson’s trumps them all.”—from the foreword by Marilyn Meberg, Women of Faith speaker and author of Constantly Craving
“Everyone who suffers or knows someone who suffers needs to read this book. If I had read it 23 years ago, I never would have attempted suicide!”—Anonymous Reader
“I have never read a book that deals with the spiritual aspect of healing as thoroughly as does Hope Prevails. I highly recommend this book for anyone who has tasted the pain of depression or knows a friend who is depressed.”—Gary Chapman, PhD, author of The 5 Love Languages
“It’s hard to find a person who will be so honest about his or her own struggle in order to help you with yours. It’s a double blessing when that person also possesses the expertise, experience, and grace to meet your needs.”—Jan Greenwood, pastor of Pink (Gateway Women) at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, and author of Women at War