In many circles there exists a myth that childhood depression doesn’t exist, but that simply isn’t the truth. Although it may be more common for adolescents to experience depression, children as young as 3 years old can have depression. Over the past three decades I’ve seen the incidence of childhood and teen depression rise significantly. It’s a serious illness, but also one that is treatable.
Practicing these 8 relatively easy, practical self-care tips can have huge payoffs in terms of our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Try them today to calm your mind, regulate your mood, and decrease anxiety and depression.
We are celebrating our one year anniversary of producing the Your Hope-Filled Perspective podcast. And we are so thankful to you, our listeners and our viewers for tuning in with us each week as we bring you a hope filled perspective for the trials you encounter in your daily life. Join us for this special “thank you” edition focused on the importance of “Your.”
Patty Mason was a happy wife and mother with a successful career yet she was still depressed. When she was at her breaking point, she cried out to God. She shares about the journey that changed everything—her perspective on life, depression, and of God.
If you have ever struggled with depression or loved someone who struggles, this episode is the perfect show for you. We talk about how my guest, Patty Mason, was able to break the bonds of depression and wants to offer that same hope to you. Because of Him, #HopePrevails!