Giving up the Silence for Lent: Reflections on Depression

I live with depression and anxiety. I have been aware of being depressed since I had a major depressive episode in 1987 near the end of my sophomore year of college. As learned more about depression over the years, I realized that I have probably been dealing with this condition since early adolescence if not earlier. This spring as a Lenten practice, I am reading Monica Coleman’s new book, Not Alone.

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