Wednesday, June 04, 2008
DEBUT AUTHOR: Dr. Steven Haymon, EDD
Stress: Climbing Out of Its Pits with GOD
by Dr. Steven Haymon, EDD
Although stress can be good or bad, its nature is intense and encompassing. If not addressed appropriately it can precipitate
· heart attacks
· immune deficiency
· viral infections
· susceptibility to all forms of bacteria and germs
· Major Depression
· Bipolar/Mania Disorder
· Postpartum Depression
· Seasonal Affective Disorder
Stress can evoke the use of distractions in an attempt to diffuse its undesirable effects. Many of us use alcohol, church and relationships in an attempt to feel better; instead our condition worsens.
Through understanding stress and how it relates to your relationship with God, you can get answers to help you live the healthy life God wants you to live.
Dr. Steven Haymon was born in St. Louis, Missouri where he also received his primary and secondary educations. He is the second of five children reared by his mother who was born in Mississippi and father who was born in Arkansas. His parents were very limited educationally and economically, but they stressed religious/righteous living and education all of his life.
In 1994-1995, God allowed him to have a debilitating experience. It served as an epiphany for him to seek God with everything he had. This experience precipitated in him the sincere desire to do the will of the Lord and also increase his studies in Christian education by attending the Bethesda Temple Bible Institute. As a result of the leading of the Lord through his life experiences and his private practice, God gave him the book Stress: Climbing Out of Its Pits with God, along with a workbook and study guide.
Dr. Haymon practice is christian-based and he has helped thousands of clients across the country for over 34 years. He has also conducted various interactive seminars, workshops, and training sessions on stress and the multiplicity of ways it affects us mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
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