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Charles D. Hodges

Good mood, bad mood

Good mood, bad mood

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Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses in medicine today. Good Cheer, Bad Cheer examines whether this is an epidemic or whether we've simply changed the way we label depression. Although medication is now the commonly accepted way to treat pain and sadness, its promise has not been fulfilled. Dr. Charles Hodges shows us the importance of sadness, considers the help that is available, and directs us to the hope that God gives in His Word.
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Charles D. Hodges is a family physician practicing medicine in Indianapolis. He is a graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine, certified in Family Medicine and Geriatrics, and is a licensed marriage family therapist.


“I don't know of a better book that deals with this important topic.”
—Jim Newheiser, professor and director of the Counseling program at Reformed Theological Seminary and author of Help! I want to change

“Dr. Hodges has given the church an important resource in Good Cheer, Bad Cheer. With the scientific perspective of a doctor and the loving concern of a brother in Christ, Dr. Hodges wades his way through the morass of solutions for sadness, depression, mania, or bipolar disorders. Written for the general public, but detailed enough for the doctor or counselor, this book is for anyone who struggles with problematic moods and for those who help them.

—Elyse Fitzpatrick, speaker, counselor, and author of Because He Loves Me


Author: Charles D. Hodges

ISBN: 9781955182676

Dimensions: 13.8 x 21cm

Cover type: Rustic

Number of pages: 240

Weight: 236 g

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