In this Ask Dr. B column, a reader is asking what to do because her husband suffers with bouts of depression. She asks if it is normal for him to be angry. When he’s depressed, his behaviors are hurtful. What do you do when a spouse is depressed?
Our words are powerful. The words we speak over our loved ones can build them up or tear them down. A neuropsychologist shares what not to say to someone with depression, anxiety or some other mental illness.
Wes Harris knows what it is like to struggle with intrusive thoughts, and to fight the compulsion to do things repeatedly in an attempt to control the anxiety that wells within him. In today’s article, Wes shares what has encouraged him in his battle against depression and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Scripture tells us that the words we speak can produce life or death. We want to choose life and build up our loved ones and friends who suffer. A neuropsychologist shares 13 things TO say to someone struggling with depression, anxiety, or some other mental illness.
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!
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.