Whether depression is felt mildly or acutely, temporarily or persistently, it strikes just about everyone at some point. Drs. Minirth and Meier believe, however, that the emotional pain of depression can be overcome and avoided. Drawing from their professional training, counseling experience, and biblical knowledge, they explore the complex relationship between spiritual life and psychological health and then spell out basic steps for recovering from depression and maintaining a happy, fulfilling life.
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"Written in 1978 and updated in 2013, this book sprinkled with Bible verses presents depression and anxiety in the context of sin and alienation from God. It advocates the treatment of depression with Christian counseling and, in some cases, medication. The book is addressed to those with depression and those who may have family members and friends who suffer from it. Gabriel Travesser's tone sometimes sounds flat and detached, sometimes soft and soothing. He reads at a steady pace that is easy to listen to. The book's appendices present classifications of depression and case studies. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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