How to Love a Depressed Person (Even When It's Hard)


How to love a depressed person

Hello to you, you fight as a lover of a husband or spouse or a loved one with depression … I've been there, and I know that loving a depressed person is not always easy … God, far from it!

Since my husband started talking about depression a few years ago, and I began to share the experience on my side, I have received MANY questions about anxiety and depression in marriage. I am happy to talk about this topic because it is very important and I really believe that there IS A LOT OF HOPE!

In this video, my husband Josh and I discuss how to love a depressed couple so that they can receive it. While Josh's depression surprised me and surprised me at first, I have come to accept him as part of the whole package of who he is, and to love a depressed man, THIS man, has become the passion of life for me .

REAL TALK FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: HOW DO I FACE THE ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION OF MY HUSBAND

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Video credits to Lisa Canning YouTube channel





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How to Love a Depressed Person (Even When It's Hard)

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  1. Hey are you dealing with mental illness in marriage? Tell me what you would add to the conversation, because I'm still learning!

  2. Thank you for sharing your hearts! I sent this to my husband in hopes that he will understand me better.

  3. Thanks guys for a fantastic video! In our marriage I'm the one with depression and I'm so thankful everyday for the love and support my wife gives me and especially on those days when I think I'm unlovable. We've not really got it all sorted but are making progress. There's some great analogies you gave (and yes, at first I was wondering where you were going with the baby one- haha) and they were very relatable. You talked about having support around you both; I wanted to ask how your church and other Christians responded to Josh's illness. My own experience wasn't good (and I'll leave it at that). I know some churches are really supportive but that's something we lack in our area.

  4. Can you make a video on how to help kids deal with a parent's mental illness? Thank you for this video 💜

  5. "To commit when its hard is a choice" SO TRUE and so applicable to so many relationships and so many challenges in marriage. Thank you Lisa!

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