An online companion to 40 Days To Better Living – DEPRESSION
Liz was exercising, losing excessive weight and enjoying life. However, she experienced some major setbacks that didn’t have much to do with her exercise or nutrition. This is one of six stories and includes discussion questions and links.
An online companion to 40 Days To Better Living – DEPRESSION
For years Nadia had a persistent feeling that something was wrong. Ever since childhood she tried to make big changes in her life to make things better. She discovered that small changes made a difference in her overall mood. This is one of six stories and includes discussion questions and links.
An online companion to 40 Days To Better Living – DEPRESSION
Clinical depression was a longtime diagnosis for Greg. He found that a series of antidepressant medications left him without energy and regularly sleepy. He was looking for ways to manage his depression and achieve overall wellness. This is one of six stories and includes discussion questions and links.
An online companion to 40 Days To Better Living – DEPRESSION
Michael used alcohol and food as self-medication for his depression. But when his doctor gave him a surprising health diagnosis, Michael got a wake-up call that it was time to find other solutions. This is one of six stories and includes discussion questions and links.
An online companion to 40 Days To Better Living – DEPRESSION
From her early-childhood experiences Ada had a home life of abuse and trauma. Nonetheless, once she was an adult she married, had children, and got a job. Her struggles continued and led her to a stay at a mental health hospital. This is one of six stories and includes discussion questions and links.
An online companion to 40 Days To Better Living – DEPRESSION
As a child, Dawn wondered why everyone else seemed so happy all the time. At eighteen years old, she skipped school and made her first suicide attempt. Going to church was a step toward recovery but she needed more. This is one of six stories and includes discussion questions and links.
by Stormie Omartian

When I first began to be aware of how God intended us to live in sunlight and clean fresh air, I had to write it into my schedule. That sounds absurd, I know, but I found that I wasn’t the only one.
By Tanji Johnson

Fitness personality Tanji Johnson shares about staying positive during injury, “My body was in shock so I was not sure exactly what was injured. I knew, however, that I was in a very familiar place. I may have been a broken athlete but certainly not a broken spirit.”
By Ron Kardashian- Fitness Expert, Life Coach and Author of “Getting In Shape God’s Way.”
What does it take to get in shape and stay that way? Kardashian offers principles from experience that will get you on track to a healthier you. Do something good for you and others – find out how you can get a free copy of his book and DVD while supplies last.

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