Tag: faith and depression

Book Excerpt and Fifth Principle for Recovery: The Voice … That No One Wants to Hear

Book Excerpt and Fifth Principle for Recovery: The Voice … That No One Wants to Hear

The Voice in my head didn’t bother me when I was on meds. But when I was in that transition phase, the Voice came back with a vengeance…. And that’s when it hit me … THAT VOICE IN MY HEAD IS THE PRODUCT OF A CHEMICALLY IMBALANCED BRAIN.

My Third Principle for Recovery

My Third Principle for Recovery

Does faith help or hurt recovery? In my experience, it depends what kind of faith. In most religions, I would say there three possible meanings of faith. Faith as a set of rituals and doctrines accepted by members of a particular religious order. For example, if someone asks, “What faith are you?” it’s like asking, …

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The Suffering Servant and Recovery from Depression

The Suffering Servant and Recovery from Depression

In the last post, I laid out the background that led to Isaiah chapters 40-55, often referred to as Second Isaiah. This is its own section that addresses the Jews living in Exile in Babylon. They have experienced the harshness of God’s judgment and humiliation and suffering at the hands of the Babylonians. But the …

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Book Excerpt: Dark Nights of the Soul

Book Excerpt: Dark Nights of the Soul

I have published an ebook on Kindle. It is available for free through July 27. Since I am self-publishing, I can show you an excerpt without asking the publisher for permission. I am the publisher, and I give myself permission. The book is called Dark Nights of the Soul: Reflections on Faith and the Depressed …

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