Worry, depression, and anxiety, are attacks on your thinking and your life. Learn how to think in ways that will help you become all God intends you to be with this bestselling author.
What do you believe God for? Do you believe the promises of God's Word are true for you?
A quick read with an abundance of help. Sue Atkinson writes as someone who has personally experienced depression. This is not a clinical book. You will relate to this very helpful pragmatic book.
Learn how to recognize and deal with situations which lead to conflict BEFORE the conflict happens.
A teenager tells how she coped and won against depression.
A research-based self help approach to making meaningful changes using step-by-step methods to relieve depression.
Help for individuals struggling with self-injury.
A humorous, helpful and informative look at depression by comedian Chonda Pierce as she explores the depths of her healing from depression through faith, medical help, and practical insights from a trained psychotherapist.
Bestselling author tells how to keep your feelings from defeating yourself and your faith.
Offers helpful insight into teen depression including causes, tips for coping at home and school as well as first hand information on hospitalization, medication and treatment for depression.
Run Like a Girl: how strong women make happy lives by Mina Samuels, Seal Press, Berkeley, California, 2011. An inspirational book about the confidence building aspects of exercise. Mina Samuels writes how running (vigorous exercise) can change your life in many ways including your mental health.
Seeing in the Dark by Gary Kinnaman and Richard Jacobs, M.D., Bethany House Publishers, Minnesota, 2006.
A very honest, helpful, and pragmatic resource. Authors offer insight into the myths surrounding depression and medication. The authors also discuss practical strategies of coping, patterns of thought and information about brain chemistry.
If patterns of behavior influence your depression, this book can help you uncover past and current patterns in relationships that contribute to your depression.
A New York Times Bestseller with quick, practical insights into many of the daily challenges we face in life.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1.800.273.8255
Depression is Real.org (Transcripts of podcasts relating many aspects of depression including postpartum, self help, suicide, medication, obesity, and more)
HelpGuide.org (Full of useful tips and information to "Understand, prevent, and resolve life's challenges)