Best Spiritual Book for Depression: “Conversations with God for Teens” by Neale Donald Walsch


Best Spiritual Book for Depression: Conversations with God for Teens by Neale Donald Walsch

Conversations with God for Teens is a collection of questions from teenage readers for God. Walsch answers the questions, including those about God, sex, parents, school and suffering, as he believe God would. The book contains many of the main themes of the Conversations with God series, including the unity of all things, the reason for suffering, the process of creation and the undesirability of religion.

Can this book help me overcome depression?

Kind of? A little, maybe.

Does it address depression specifically? What does it say that can help?

No, it doesn’t. But it talks about law of attraction/creation/manifestation principles, which can be very empowering.

To what degree do you think it can help me overcome depression?

Depression effectiveness rating: 2 on a scale of 1-10

Where can I find it?

Conversations with God for Teens on Amazon

Neale Donald Walsch on Wikipedia

Official website of Neale Donald Walsch


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