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Sentinel Watch October 3, 2022
How can I think about . . . depression?
With Patricia Brugioni and Arnold Kalala
Depression doesn't have to be chronic to feel overwhelming. But as our guests' stories show, there is also a way out of those dark feelings, no matter how overwhelming they seem. Join us to hear why hope and healing are possible.
Citations referenced in this episode:
Arnold Kalala, "If your friend is feeling sad or depressed," The Christian Science Sentinel online, October 4, 2022
"Triumph of Good," 2007
From the writings of Mary Baker Eddy:
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 130
Science and Health, p. 43
Science and Health, p. 57
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