20  Ways to Fight Depression: A Guide to Overcoming

20 Ways to Fight Depression: A Guide to Overcoming

Have you ever stared at your reflection in the mirror and felt like a stranger, disconnected from the person you once knew? This journey through the pit of despair became the catalyst for profound change in my life, a transformation marked by small, daily choices that eventually led me back to life, joy, and healing. Join me as I share the insights gained from my personal battle with depression. In this post, I share 20 ways to fight depression. This isn’t just a recount of my journey; it’s a guide filled with actionable strategies, spiritual reflections, and practical tips aimed at helping you overcome the challenges of depression. Together, let’s navigate the path to healing, hope, and a brighter tomorrow.

10 Bible Verses for Hope and Healing

10 Bible Verses for Hope and Healing

When we face difficulties, the best thing to do is to place our focus on the Lord, the source of hope and healing. Instead of allowing our thoughts to be filled with worry, fear and anxiety, spend time in God’s word. Stand on the truths found in these 10 Bible Verses for hope and healing. Write them down. Place them around your house so you can be reminded of God’s promises for healing.

What Ails You? {When You Need God’s Healing}

What Ails You? {When You Need God’s Healing}

The radiation technician’s smile was comforting as she held my hand to steady me as I got down on the cold, hard “bed.” She very calmly explained each step of the procedure to me. She didn’t know my professional background, or that I knew the intricacies of this procedure. Nor did she know that I needed the assurances as a patient rather than a doctor that day.

“I’m going to leave you, but I’ll be able to hear you from behind the wall if you need anything. The machine will tell you when to breathe and when to hold your breath.” No sooner had she said that and I realized I had already been holding my breath, for what seemed like days.

Ever since my doctor informed me, “We need to run a few more tests to get a better idea of what’s causing your pain,” I had been holding my breath…waiting.