Depression and anxiety are very real illnesses that can take over your life when undiagnosed and/or untreated. I know because I've been there.
I was 29-years-old, a husband, father, and pastor when I nearly died by suicide. The depression and anxiety were crippling, but I had never been to a mental health professional or talked with anyone outside the church about the mental anguish that suffocated me on a daily basis.
I thought my only way out was suicide. Thankfully, suicide wasn't the end of my story.
In the past seven years, since the darkest days of my life, I have worked really hard to recover from a suicide attempt. During that time, I've learned 7 coping strategies that work. If you live with depression and/or anxiety - I know this free e-book can help when it feels like you're drowning.
Depression is a real illness that you can't just "snap out of". It's a disease that affects the entire body, not just the mind.
Anxiety is also a very real condition that plagues many people these days. When you live with anxiety, it can change the way you feel, how you behave, and even impact your physical well being.
Fortunately, there are at least 7 ways you can take action to improve both your physical and mental well being if you suffer from anxiety or depression. If you use the 7 simple steps I outline in this free e-book, you can start improving your life right now.
I'm not a doctor or mental health professional, but as someone who knows what it's like to suffer with depression and anxiety, I believe these steps can help.
If you live with depression and anxiety and are ready to learn 7 coping strategies that work, just click here to download my FREE e-book today.
Steve Austin is an author, speaker, and life coach who is passionate about helping overwhelmed people learn to catch their breath. He is the author of two Amazon bestsellers, "Catching Your Breath," and "From Pastor to a Psych Ward." Steve lives with his wife and two children in Birmingham, Alabama.
He Left Me in the Midst of Mental Anguish
Podcast: When You Feel Like You Can’t Go On
7 Life Lessons from a Suicide Survivor
Guest Blog – Worthy and Unashamed: Facing Mental Health Stigma in the Church Head-On
Peace, Be Still: Finding Hope in the Midst of Anxiety
What to do When Your Child Attempts Suicide
Pastor to Psych Ward: Recovery from a Suicide Attempt is Possible.
Free Course: How to Heal Your Hurts
Please log in again. The login page will open in a new tab. After logging in you can close it and return to this page.