It’s a common phenomenon. Once the holidays are over, we often feel deflated and can’t find our joy. In this podcast, join us as we talk about SAD Seasonal Affective Disorder or the winter blues. We share tips and resources that will make a difference and help mitigate its effect.
Holidays are hard following the loss of a loved one. You can’t take away your loved one’s grief but you can be present to provide comfort in their grief. Read more for 10 ways to help a loved one who is experiencing grief at Christmas.
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.
Are you seeking joy or wondering how to find joy when depressed? I’m a doctor who treated patients with depression then fell prey to depression’s grip myself. It was only when I dealt with the spiritual roots of depression that I found true help, hope, and healing. Read more for how I overcame to live a life full of joy.
The holidays are always portrayed as a merry, cheerful time, yet not everyone feels that way. Many feel alone and isolated throughout the holiday season. Many people experience increased depression and anxiety during the holidays. Crisis hotlines experience an increase in number of calls, and domestic violence tends to rise.
Our memories of better days, the loss of our loved ones, and financial hardship or job instability can all add to the stress. Sometimes we have to be intentional about caring for ourselves, especially during a stressful holiday season.