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Below are the videos from the presentation of “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm.” For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling. The complementing studies “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Responsibility Paradigm” and “Towards a Christian Perspective of Mental Illness” will also available in a video format after their presentation NOTE 1: M»
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Below are the videos from the presentation of “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Personal Responsibility Paradigm.” For the various counseling options available from this material visit www.summitrdu.com/counseling. The complementing studies “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” and “Towards a Christian Perspective of Mental Illness” will also available in a video format after their presentation»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “STEP 7: IDENTIFY GOALS that allow me to combat the impact of my suffering.” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. One of the biggest challenges in identifying goals for combatting the effects of suffering is to be a»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “STEP 6: LEARN MY GOSPEL STORY by which God gives meaning to my experience..” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. There are many God-questions that arise in the midst of depression-anxiety. It is nearly impossible»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “STEP 5: MOURN the wrongness of what happened and receive God’s comfort..” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. There are many things that unhealthy wallowing and healthy mourning have in common. It can be eas»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “Step 4: LEARN MY SUFFERING STORY which I use to make sense of my experience.” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. This awkward question forces us to examine the message we are embracing in the midst of our emotion»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “Step 4: LEARN MY SUFFERING STORY which I use to make sense of my experience.” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. This awkward question forces us to examine the message we are embracing in the midst of our emotion»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “STEP 3: UNDERSTAND the Impact of My Suffering.” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. The first two areas of impact we examined were how the experience of depression-anxiety impacts you. Now we are going to examine»
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People and counselors debate how much responsibility or control people have over the emotional experiences of depression and anxiety. Are depression and anxiety sin (i.e., the result of misplaced beliefs, wrongly prioritized values, and poor choices) or suffering (i.e., response to hardships and degenerative biology)? Too often these become either-or, all-or-nothing debates. In these tandem seminars we will look and how the gospel provides guid»
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This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element of five from “Step One: PREPARE Yourself Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually to Face Your Suffering.” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. What is the most painful part of depression-anxiety? Each person will have t»