June 22, 2022
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Turning on the Light—In the Darkness of Depression

The sun is shining, the birds are singing and the flowers are blooming. It is a beautiful Spring day. But you could not feel more bleak, more dreary, more isolated, or more depressed. Major Depressive Disorder and its variations are common struggles...

Woe is Me

My life sucks. Nothing is going right. I try to be a Christian, but a lot of good it does me. How can I be such a good Christian yet still suffer so much in my life? Many of us know someone with depression, work with someone with it, or personally...

America’s Problem with Depression, Part 2

Part 1 noted that the rates of depression and suicide are higher in the U.S. than in the poorest countries in the world. Experts recommend medication, psychological therapy, or both for despondent Americans, and such treatments have their place...

America’s Problem With Depression

New data reveals that depression is on the rise in the United States, including among teens and young adults. “Diagnoses of major depression have risen dramatically by 33 percent since 2013.” The highest age group is adults 35 to 49, but...

Why Are Americans So Depressed?

Depression is estimated to cost Americans more than $210 billion dollars each year in medication to treat depression. Depression is widespread and getting worse. Just the cost in the decline in the quality of life is enough to make one depressed...

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