Have you ever wondered how a visually disabled person makes it through the day? Carolyn Newell shares about some of the limitations caused by being blind and how they led to an experience with depression. She also describes how God’s word helps her overcome so she can walk in victory. Be sure and read to the end for a book giveaway!
If you’ve ever felt prevented from living the life you expected or held back by a disability, then this is the perfect show for you. We’re talking with my friend, Carolyn Newell, about living with blindness and why she calls blindness a gift from God. She shares what it’s like to live with blindness in a sighted world, and how she maintains her hope despite the limitation it imposes.
As a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist, I treated patients with depression for years. Then, I suffered with depression myself. When I was in the pit of despair, God met me and revealed to me truths that I could use to fight depression and negative thoughts.
In this post, Dave Ebert, an improvisational comedian who has struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts, shares what helped him during the days when his experience with depression and suicidal thoughts were at their greatest. These three practical steps help break the power of the darkness.
If you or someone you love have ever struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts and wondered if there is help and hope, this is the perfect episode for you to listen to as we explore how laughter is good medicine.
My guest, Dave Ebert, offers his hope-filled perspective for dealing with depression and suicidal thoughts, as well as practical easy tips that someone can begin to implement today.