Eight Things Every Women Should Know About Depression

by Gary Lovejoy
Retail: $5.99
Size: 5 x 7 inches
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
Pub Date: September 2017
ISBN: 9781628624137
ISBN-13: 9781628624137
Item Number: 4132X
Categories: Christian Living; Religion and Culture

Product Description

One in every four women will experience moderate to severe depression. Statistically, depression affects twice as many women as men. But, most books don’t address the unique and specific ways depression affects women. Imagine one that does.

8 Things Every Woman Should Know About Depression is a concise and Bible-based quick-guide to depression and it's designed just for women: Dealing with issues like hormones, roles in life and the home, and other gender differences, Dr. Gary Lovejoy sensitively and clearly addresses the needs and questions women often ask when struggling with depression using Scripture and over 30 years of professional Christian counseling experience. At the turn of each page, enjoy having practical, Bible-based tools to help you:

•Get refreshed with relevant and non-preachy advice and Scripture
•Identify and take control back from the negative thoughts & feelings that run your life
•Overcome crushing loneliness and false guilt with biblical principles to seek effective help & treatment
•Reverse the damaging behaviors and patterns that hurt your relationships and career

From understanding that depression is the body's alarm system to learning how to choose godly relationships that will help your healing, Dr. Lovejoy has boiled it all down to 8 trusted, Bible-based solutions that every woman should know about depression, all of which are simply and clearly laid out in this resourceful quick-guide. Equip yourself with tools and solutions straight out of the Bible and designed just for women to recover & relieve the pressures at home and work. Start enjoying the blessings of life once again!

Author Bio

Gary H. Lovejoy, M.A., MRE, Ph.D., served as a professor of psychology and religion at Mt. Hood Community College for 32 years and has had a private practice in professional counseling for more than 38 years. He is the founder and current principal therapist of Valley View Counseling Services in Portland, Oregon. In addition to earning his doctorate in psychology from United States International University, Dr. Lovejoy also earned a master’s degree in religious education from Fuller Theological Seminary.