Tag Archives: Depression

Feathers of hope

Brown never fails to give a deep, faith-filled story; fiction that meets spiritual needs.

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Checking In

Michelle Williams was a member of Destiny’s Child, one of the top R & B groups of all time. After the group disbanded, she continued to have success as a singer and later as an actress. While she felt blessed to have the opportunities she had, she struggled with depression. When she got to the point of having suicidal thoughts, she sought treatment and entered a facility to get the help she needed. Although she was a Christian, it was at this low point in her life that she realized she found the help she needed to live out the life God had intended for her.

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In the Middle of the Mess

Reviewed by: Paige McNinch, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: In the Middle of the Mess Author: Sheila Walsh Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Publication Date: Nov. 7, 2017 Format: Print Book Length: 163 pages OVERVIEW Highlighting her struggle with mental illness, Sheila Walsh presents a raw and honest look at the brokenness of life. She goes into detail […]

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Table in the Darkness

(Book Review) Table in the Darkness

Blum takes the reader on a journey through her problems with an eating disorder and depression. Being up and down with severe weight issues caused problems with movement, breathing, socializing, buying clothes, holding a job, and even with praying.

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