God always knows what we need. After a struggle with depression, Kim realized she needed to learn a whole new way of thinking if she wanted to leave depression behind for good. God did something life-changing. He sent a spiritual mentor that provided friendship discipleship. Read more of Kim’s story here.
This holiday season may not be the Thomas Kincaid picture perfect holidays that we all long for, but I encourage you to press in and look for ways that He is working in your circumstances for good. He promises He will. Read more for examples of how God uses our seasons of pain.
Scripture encourages us to be thankful in all things – thankfulness is key to contentment. And, being content at Christmas is easier when you consider all you have to be thankful for.
When we suffer in depression’s darkness, we rely on the love and compassion of friends and family to help traverse to the other side even though they may not understand. Read more for tips on how to share about your depression with your loved ones.
Are you putting pressure on yourself or allowing others to pressure you to live up to an expectation that isn’t consistent with what God has said? Are you guided by God or by a sense of guilt?