There Is Help For Depression!


Is Depression getting you down? It is time to start to get back up! There is help for depression; it begins with prayer! I have been hit by depression two significant times in my life at age 16 and 45, both times were tough, but with God and help from my doctor, family, and friends, I made it through alright. There is hope for you too! Here are some encouraging scriptures about depression.


Prayer For Depression And Brokenness!



25 Ways To Overcome Depression!



Overcome Depression With Help From God!



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Yes, depression can be excruciating and frustrating, yet just like the seasons come and go, spring always follows behind a cold winter. ~ Bill Greguska

Psalm 143:7-8  Answer me quickly, Lord; my spirit fails. Do not hide your face from me, or I will be like those who go down to the pit. Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go, for to you I entrust my life.

I am walking from darkness into the dawn!

It Is A Fact That Depression Hurts!

Depression Is To Be Respected But Not Feared!

Are You Suffering From Depression?

Holding on to hope that depression will pass over because it will pass! Check out this website today!

I know that there is help when you feel very down because I had already gone through severe depression twice in my life, once in high school and the other time when I went through a painful divorce. 

Depression is genuine, and it is very crippling to have to deal with. But there is help for depression, which is very real too!

God puts the right people in your life when you need them, sometimes a good friend, other times a family member.  

God can use a pastor, counselor, doctor, therapist, friend, and even strangers to encourage people.

Remember that you are not alone! There is help for depression available. You will see your faith and trust in God getting stronger as you strive to find solutions for depression from God, this page, and others in your life! ~ Bill Greguska



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25 Ways To Overcome Depression

Check out the physical list here: 

  1. Get outside
  2. Stop negative self-talk
  3. Eat healthy
  4. Sleep
  5. Listen to happy music.
  6. Do something
  7. Learn something new
  8. Use a sun lamp
  9. Write
  10. Talk to your friends.
  11. Exercise
  12. Get a pet
  13. Smile
  14. Do something artistic
  15. Paint your walls
  16. Touch someone
  17. Sing something
  18. Eat Omega 3 fatty acids.
  19. Change your diet
  20. Take care of yourself
  21. Avoid alcohol
  22. Establish a routine
  23. Get cognitive therapy
  24. Get help online
  25. Do something for somebody


Here Are Three More Very Important Ideas:

  1. Pray to God
  2. Read your Bible
  3. Talk to your pastor and fellowship with other Christian friends.



What About Grief?

But, I also learned that the loss of a loved one to death is not the only grief experience, so I had to re-define the word. My new definition was broader and more encompassing. It read like this:
“Grief is the pain we feel anytime we lose something that once was precious to us.”
  • It can be the loss of a loved one through death, separation, or divorce.
  • A friend through estrangement or alienation or geographical distance.
  • It can be the loss of a home.
  • It can be a loss of face, loss of morality, loss of health, or LOSS OF A JOB.


All Of These Are Grievous!

They all break our hearts and shake our self-identity, and they all carry with them some reasonably predictable stages:
  • Numbness. This is a rather intriguing mixture of shock and strength— almost as if God anesthetizes us to get us through those first difficult hours and days.
  • Expressed Emotions. We need to cry it out, work it out, talk it out, pray it out, worship it out.
  • Existential (intensely personal) Loneliness. “No one feels it quite like I do.” No one can do it for us. We must walk the valley alone – and yet not alone, for God is with us.
  • Questioning. “Why did this have to happen?” we ask. “Why did this happen to me? Why didn’t God save me from this?”
  • Guilt. “Did I do all I could do? Did I do my best?”
  • Return to Reality. This is when we finally gain the strength to pick up and go on with life. The mark of faith and victory is the ability to go on with God as our Helper.
Grief is a journey that takes time. As we move through the valley, God anoints us in his own time, and in his particular way, with the balm of healing.



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