For many of our children, the Coronavirus is the first major crisis they have ever had to face, at least on such a global level. Today’s podcast episode is unique in that I have the opportunity to interview a teenager, my son Bryce, to help understand their perspective and what they might be doing to try to manage the emotional impact that crises have on them. We discuss ways that help us understand worry, fear, and anxiety in our teens and children and what we and they can do about it.
Anxious and worrisome feelings are contagious. Knowing who God is by reading the Bible helps us sift out the things that are untrue. People may be uncertain as to what’s going on, but God is never caught off guard. Here is a list of 12 things you’ll never hear God say.
Everyone will fight challenges and trials at some point in their life. Currently, the world is facing the Coronavirus outbreak with astronomical amounts of worry, fear, and anxiety. In this podcast episode, Scott and I discuss ways to defeat anxiety during a crisis like the Coronavirus.
When difficulties come, so often our first response is to ask “why?” The answer to “why” rarely brings peace. Can we trust God in fearful, difficult circumstances? Even when we don’t know the answer to “why?”
For most, suicide isn’t a desire to die, but a desire to be rid of the pain and sadness. From her own experience and those of the patients she serves, a clinical neuropsychologist shares 6 things to consider if you or a loved one are battling depression and having suicidal thoughts.