8 Lessons People With Depression Learned From Their Illness


faith-sufferingYou would never bring on a depressive cycle so that you could learn lessons on how to be more patient, trusting, compassionate, and giving. Yet, when darkness overshadows your days, and hiding places are few and far between, a person must turn toward his or her depression and extract any good that is tucked away in its debilitating symptoms. Here are the lessons and gifts that eight persons with depression pulled from their experiences.

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Therese Borchard
I am a writer and chaplain trying to live a simple life in Annapolis, Maryland.

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2 Responses
  1. Laurie

    Therese, I don’t have the words to express just how much I needed to read this column today.
    These reflections are acutely helpful. Bless you in this ministry of hope.