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Depression & Anxiety

Fighting Negative Thoughts: Your Biggest Fear

What is your biggest fear and does it control your life?

Depression & Anxiety

Fighting Negative Thoughts: The Voice That Matters

When times get tough, do you listen to Jesus’ voice or your own?

Depression & Anxiety

Fighting Negative Thoughts: Listen to a Different Story

What do you do when you have negative thoughts?

Depression & Anxiety

Start seeing the blessings

It’s Thanksgiving, and many people will sit down at beautiful tables today, surrounded by food, friends, and family. Inside, though, some will be feeling…

Depression & Anxiety

1 reason why . . . you should have a conversation about 13 Reasons Why

What’s the 1 reason why you need to talk about 13 Reasons Why? Because you’re the parent.  If you don’t know what I’m talking about,…

Depression & Anxiety

Breaking the silence on mental health

It’s not unusual for the Royal Family to be in the news. But this time the reason is unusual. For the first time, two princes…

Depression & Anxiety

6 ways to lessen your college stress

As college students are preparing to go to school, they are making packing lists: Bedding. Check. Toiletries. Check. Phone charger. Check. Turns out, they…

Depression & Anxiety

The Ache of Empty Arms: 6 Ways to Support Parents After Infant Loss

Stacy was five months pregnant when her water broke. She was put on complete bed rest, but one week later, Kora Ruth was born…

Depression & Anxiety

Getting someone off the ledge

Last month the board that oversees the Golden Gate Bridge approved a $76 million funding plan for a suicide-prevention net. In 2013, 46 people…