Dec 1, 2020
In today's episode I'm chatting with Miesha Gabriella, The Spiritual Boldness Coach about navigating seasonal depression and how you can overcome it. Miesha helps Black women make the BOLD decision to fully trust God to overcome: Anxiety, Depression, and Stress.
This episode is near and dear to my heart because I have experienced it and it's definitely not fun. I'm bringing this to the podcast today because I want you to know that you are not alone in your feelings.
Seek a mental health professional if you think you are experiencing SAD.
Your mental health affects your physical health which in turn affects how you show up in your life and business.
Miesha suggests that you seek professional help sooner rather than later. Talking to someone before you need help is advised.
Things you can do to navigate seasonal depression:
Mi'esha is an international school counselor, spiritual coach,
and advocate for black women and families. She has dedicated her
life to finding the fundamental ways to help others thrive in not
only academia and school settings, but also in faith and spiritual
development. At the core of who she is, Mi'esha is a giver and a
motivator. If she could leave this earth having done anything, it
would be to introduce women to Christ and the power of prayer. Not
just any prayer but bold prayers with expectancy. From a touchy
subject to a testimony, Mi'esha vulnerably shares her testimony of
finding her birth father as an adult and reconnecting to a past and
a void that once was linked to pain and confusion. Growing up with
a father wound and having gone through stress, depression, and
anxiety, Mi'esha knows first hand how God can heal and change the
trajectory of your life. The sure thing is God did not design us to
go through our
struggles alone. Therefore Mi'esha is on a mission to introduce women with family wounds to life the way God designed it, in boldness, expectancy, and truth.