When I suffered with depression, my mentor prayed for me prior to a surgery. Through her discipleship and prayer, I discovered a way to use the truth of God’s Word to fight back against depression.
I did something really bad about twenty years ago. Now, I can’t forgive myself. How do I move on when I struggle with my past and have a hard time enjoying my present life because of my mistake?
I’ll never forget the day. My young son came home from school despondent, and lacking his normal carefree smile. When I scooped him up in a hug and attempted to lighten the mood with a tickle-fest, I was instead greeted with tears. “Mom, some kids at school said I wasn’t smart enough to sit at the cool kids’ table.” [more]
As my husband delivered the doctor’s report, all I could think was, “NO! Not again! Please, no… “
Just a week before, I sat in the surgical waiting room as the surgeon assured me he had gotten clean margins as he took a biopsy. Something in me knew then what the result would be. [more]
Today on Ask Dr. B, a reader asks:
Dear Dr. B, I’ve heard that you overcome negativity by speaking the truth instead. Do you have any practical applications for how to put that into practice? Sincerely, Nagged by the Negative
Dr. Bengtson shares 4 simple yet effective steps to combat negativity including 9 truths from God’s word that you can speak when you recognize a lie from the enemy.