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Comfort and Hope for Depression — with Sheila Walsh and Allie Marie Smith

Sheila Walsh, bestselling author, Bible teacher, and television host knows what it is like to come undone and feel utterly hopeless. She shares her story of how as a TV co-host who appeared to have it together, she found herself in the psychiatric hospital no longer wanting to live. Sheila shares how her breakdown was a part of God’s great rescue plan and offers a profound message of hope for girls and women who want to let go. Sheila shares practical tips and strategies to cope with anxiety and depression. If you or someone you love is facing mental health struggles, our conversation with Sheila will remind you that you are not alone that help is available and that hope is alive. May Sheila’s book “Holding On to Hope When You Want to Let Go” be a light for your journey.

About Sheila Walsh


Sheila Walsh is an author, Bible teacher, and television host who has spoken to over 6 million people around the world. She hosts several shows, including Praise and Better Together, on TBN, America’s most-watched faith and family channel. Sheila’s books have sold nearly 6 million copies and include bestsellers like It’s Okay Not to Be Okay and Praying Women, as well as Holding On When You Want to Let Go. Originally from Scotland, Sheila lives in Texas with her husband, Barry, and their crazy little dog, Maggie. Their son, Christian, is in graduate school.