“Sheila Walsh brings the reality of depression to life in this raw, personal, and deeply honest book. I have battled depression for several years and as I read this book, I began to feel a sense of freedom from the shame that often coincides with mental illness. ‘It is okay to not be okay.’ Sheila's new book and study could easily be the catalyst that our churches so desperately need in starting a conversation about mental & behavioral illnesses that so many in our congregations silently suffer through.”
“I am so thankful for this study. Sheila helped me realize that admitting the truth and reality of how I’m thinking and feeling is good and helpful; but, not to willingly stew on it but to examine it under God’s Truth! Thank you so much, for your honesty and pursuit of Jesus despite at times, the desperation of your soul, Sheila!"
“I have a very close friend who wrestles with suicidal thoughts and clinical depression. I read to her and we discuss each chapter afterward. This helps me to be sensitive and softens my heart through our tough times we experience as friends.”
- Debbie Boone