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A Deeper Shade of Blue

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Inhiscare

I enjoyed the article by Mr. Head. I've suffered with depression since the late '80s and I am a believing Christian but it began as postpartum depression that I denied for years. I eventually found some relief through spiritual warfare however I continue to take medication medication.

June 28, 2019

_janajewel

I am researching essays and materials for a project on mental health in the black community and this was definitely a refreshing read. For the topic to be discussed by a fellow african american sufferer is exactly what we (our community) needs to begin the conversation and bring this issue to the forefront in an impacting way. Thank you John Head.

June 20, 2017 Atlanta, GA

mike1957

I wholeheartedly agree with Mr. Head on this subject. The African-American community needs to come to the realization that clinical depression, bi-polar disease cannot be healed by just going to church and finding Jesus. Especially today, given all the political turmoil in this country, African-Americans need to understand the seriousness of depression and related illnesses. It is mind boggling that no one has done any kind of definitive study on this vitally important subject.

February 8, 2017 port st. lucie, Fl

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