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Do Pastors Get Depressed?

Jeremiah

Over the past 18 months, I went into a deep depression, and God steadily pulled me out. This series of blog posts will describe how I got there, what if felt like, and how I got out. I hope it helps you who struggle with depression, and you who love someone who does. ...

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How things got so grim: Unaddressed Trauma

Jeremiah

As depression started closing in on me, the unaddressed trauma of my past began to weigh heavily on my heart. ...

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Depression's Causes: Mid-Life Crisis

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Depression lied to me. It told me I had never been happy, and never would be happy. ...

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Depression's Causes: Exhaustion

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Exhaustion and depression feel eerily similar. Often the two come together. ...

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Depression and Christians: An Overview

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Christians suffer with depression like everyone else. Some Christians let their faith make the depression worse by beating themselves up or hiding it. The good news is that depression can be managed and treated. ...

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I Got Depressed Because Jesus Loves Me

Jeremiah

My depression forced me to see the worst version of myself, and allowed me to see the true nature of God's love for me....

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Getting Out: Everyone Needs a Hand to Hold On To

Jeremiah

To get out of my depression I needed the help of a counselor. ...

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Get Pals or Die!!

My counselor told me that if I did not get a hobby and get some friends who share that hobby I was going to die. ...

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Doubling Down on Devotional Habits

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When you are depressed you can talk yourself out of doing almost anything. Especially if it is something good for you. Especially if it involves Jesus....

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We Need to Talk about Prozac

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Different people experience depression in different ways. For some it is situational, the response to loss. For others it is seasonal, a reaction to less sunlight. For still others, it is genetic and needs to be treated like a physical malady. ...

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