Category Archives: Counseling

Good Mood, Bad Mood

According to Dr. Charles Hodges, a physician and biblical counselor, “depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today.” How did it come to be so common? In his book Good Mood, Bad Mood, Dr. … Continue reading

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Men Counseling Men

What is a woman doing reading Men Counseling Men: A Biblical Guide to the Major Issues Men Face? First, there are men whom I dearly love and I wanted to gain greater understanding of problems particular to them. Second, I … Continue reading

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Before You Rush to the Rescue, Part 2

Before You Rush to the Rescue, Part 1 introduced Edna, who can’t seem to solve her problems even after repeatedly hearing your counsel. It suggested a few possible hindrances to Edna’s improvement and backed up to lay initial essential groundwork … Continue reading

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Before You Rush to the Rescue, Part 1

You find yourself talking repeatedly to Edna, your loved one (friend or family). She professes to be a Christian. You love Edna, so frequent conversation isn’t a bad thing. What is distressing, though, is that the conversation invariably centers on … Continue reading

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Interview on Psychotropic Drugs Continued

In the last post, I shared an interview with Dr. Kurt Grady, centering primarily on the most popular psychotropic drugs. This post continues that interview, addressing the idea of chemical imbalance as a cause of depression. Before we move to … Continue reading

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Interview with Kurt Grady on Psychotropic Drugs

Recently, I corresponded with Dr. Kurt Grady to ask some questions regarding psychotropic drugs. Dr. Kurt Grady is a practicing clinical pharmacist in the St. Louis, Missouri area. He holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, a Master’s degree in Business … Continue reading

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