Item description for Como Vencer la Depresion by Tim LaHaye...
Overview SPANISH EDITION. Dr. La Haye is convinced that there is no reason for people to be depressed. This book signals the true cause of depression and gives techniques to win over depression.
Publishers Description The problem of depression has provoked an alarming crisis in our society. Dr. LaHaye presents a new method to have victory over this problem and writes about the causes of depression and also about the cure.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.9" Width: 4.3" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 1975
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0829705155 ISBN13 9780829705157 UPC 025986705152
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More About Tim LaHaye
Dr. Tim LaHaye is a renowned prophecy scholar, minister, and author. His Left Behind(r) series is the bestselling Christian fiction series of all time. He and his wife, Beverly, live in southern California. They have four children and nine grandchildren. Bob Phillips, Ph.D., is the author of more than eighty books. He is a licensed counselor and Executive Director for the Pointman Leadership Institute.
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Tim LaHaye currently resides in the state of California. Tim LaHaye was born in 1926.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Como Vencer la Depresion?
Wish it were this simple... Aug 26, 2000
In short, this book is not the answer for everyone. I wish it was. The premise in this book is that everyone has difficulties, and that depression is basically choosing to have self-pity about one's difficulties. I agree that a depressed person (like myself) is often self-consumed. But while depression can definitely be caused or contributed to by self-pity, there are other causes.
Depression can be very complex and can stem from truly *damaged* emotional and mental processes. If a person has been in a difficult situation for years, especially formative years, they may have picked up many wounds and harmful mental processes along the way. It can take years of counseling to learn to think and feel in a healthy way. In other words, a wound is a wound. Being wounded is not a sin. Wounds need *medicine*, and the more severe the wound, the more medicine it may need. The medicine for depression can be spiritual counseling, psychological counseling, medication, or a combination.
We cannot fix a damaged arm by confessing that the damage is a sin. We cannot fix wounded mental processes, crippled self-image by focusing more on our sinfulness. If you know that you're a sinner and you have a growing relationship with God, and you still deal with wounds and depression, I suggest trying a book by Henry Cloud. He is realistic in helping people deal with past wounds, experience fully God's love and acceptance, and move on.