The Inward Journey Out of Depression

The Inward Journey Out of Depression

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Everyone will admit that we live in a fast-paced digital world that demands a lot of emotional energy just to keep up. But what if your reserves are being drained by depression? You feel like crawling back under the covers, but you are forced to put on a smile and face the challenges of the day. The Inward Journey Out of Depression is scrupulously honest, never minimizing the daily struggles and agonies of conflicting emotions that depression, whether mild or severe, can produce. What is depression? The causes? Is there a cure? What can we do to rid ourselves of this hindrance to a full abundant life? The Inward Journey Out of Depression offers hope and practical steps to overcome in order to live a life of joy and expectancy. The observations, suggestions and hope are all drawn from the author's own personal life, beautifully designed by his Lord and Savior, more

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  • Paperback
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 263.08g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150866045X
  • 9781508660453

About Ned B Donaldson

Ned Donaldson, B.A., Th.M. is a retired missionary and pastor. Born in 1945, the author is a bridge between the Silent Generation and the Baby-boomer Generation. Then from the suburbs of Washington, DC to the farmlands of Gettysburg, PA, he followed God's direction, and with wife served as missionaries in Malaysia, Thailand, and mission representatives in the southeast U.S. During most of his wide range of experience and ministry he has had a Bible teaching emphasis and many opportunities to counsel folks out of depression and other hindrances to personal growth. He and his wife have three grown sons and eight more