Your Hope-Filled Perspective Podcast
Depression doesn’t occur in isolation—it impacts our spouses, our family, our friends, and others around us. Join us as we discuss how to help someone with depression. We discuss common signs & symptoms, helpful things to do, what to say, and what not to say.
If you have ever struggled with depression, or obsessive or compulsive tendencies, or you have a friend or loved one who has, then this show is the perfect show for you. It’s not uncommon to experience depression and OCD; in fact, our guest, W.R. Harris, has experienced both. Join us as Wes shares about the hope he found.
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.
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.
Overcoming worry, fear, and anxiety is a battle we can win but we have to know how we fight against worry, fear, and anxiety. In this episode, we talk about tools to use as we fight back.
Last week’s episode was about what exactly is worry, fear, and anxiety, and where do they come from. In this episode, we’re talking about the role that our trust in God plays and how we sacrifice our peace.
If you have ever experienced worry, fear, or anxiety, then this is the perfect episode for you!
If you have ever experienced worry, fear, or anxiety, then this is the perfect episode for you! Dr. Bengtson explains the difference between worry, fear and anxiety. Then, she describes where they originate and what their true cause is. If you or someone you love has ever struggled with worry, fear or anxiety, you won’t want to miss this episode.
If you have ever experienced depression or anxiety, or suffered the loss of a friend or loved one to death by suicide, then this show is the perfect show for you. My guest, Veronica Sites, is a first response crisis chaplain who knows first-hand about the tragedy of suicide.
If you’ve ever considered attempting suicide or lived following a failed suicide attempt, you’ll want to hear our guest’s story in this episode. I talk with Rob Decker who shares very candidly about his failed suicide attempt and how he has found hope for a better life.
Rest. We sometimes treat it as a weakness or a punishment. But, God granted us both time and the model of rest for our good. If you have ever felt worn out, weary, and longing for more, then this episode is the perfect show for you.
In this episode, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, and I talk not just about the importance of rest, but also about the different types of rest (and some of them might surprise you).