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Grief Counseling and Hope in Depression

Grief Counselors And Dealing With Depression

The pains of depression can be difficult for a grief counselor to cure.  There is no acute reason usually for depression.  Furthermore, if not an LPC, grief counselors usually need the aid of a psychologist to prescribe any necessary medications.  Below is an article how grief counselors through the gift of hope and faith can help the depressed.

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Monica Coleman of the Huffington Post writes about depression and finding hope in her article, “Losing Faith, Finding Hope: A Journey With Depression”.

Many people describe depression as a kind of intense grief.  It is a deep sadness.  It’s like heartbreak, agony and despair all at once.  I think depression is worse than grief.  Grief usually has an identifiable cause.  There are stages.  People understand why you are sad.  It eases with time.

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Mark Moran, MA

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