Ask Dr. B
Each week, Dr. Bengtson answers reader questions about things of interest to them.
Blog posts detailing each question and answer are listed below.
To submit a question, please use the CONTACT section below.
In today’s Ask Dr. B, a reader asks for advice on how to handle the stress and depression often brought on by the holidays.
As I fall asleep at night, as soon as I wake up in the morning, and countless times throughout the day, you and your current struggle have been on my mind. And personally, in my own current life trials, I can relate on so many levels, with so many areas of uncertainty. Questions without answers. Pain without anesthetic. Darkness waiting for the dawn. My heart wants to take your pain, and fix this situation for you. I want to sit down next to you, take your hand in mine, look into your eyes, and tell you it’s going to be all right. The good news is, there are answers.
Many have asked me recently how I stay “the happiest girl in the world” despite some very difficult circumstances. I have addressed that in other posts and will continue to do so, but today’s guest post by my friend, Becky Cortino, gives a glimpse into the importance of finding humor in every day!
In today’s Ask Dr. B column, a reader asks how to survive a friend’s betrayal. Read more to see how Dr. Bengtson responded.
In this week’s Ask Dr. B column, a reader asks if it is true that God never gives us more than we can handle. Read Dr. B’s answer.
We will all experience loss and grief sometime in our life. Today Dr. Bengtson addresses “How do you not just grieve, but grieve well?”
In today’s Ask Dr. B column, a reader asks Dr. B, “Why Was I Born?” Read more for Dr. B’s answer to this important question.
In this week’s Ask Dr. B column, a reader asks Dr. B how to stop negative thinking. Read on to hear Dr. B’s response.
How do you show love to someone who is difficult to love? You know you are called to love, but how do you really do it? Read more for 8 ways to love difficult people.
In today’s Ask DrB column, a reader asks about the difference between depression and exhaustion. Read on to see Dr. Bengtson’s answer.
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