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Beat the Holiday Blues with Dr. Ken Unger

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Dr. Ken Unger The holiday blues. Families sweep it under the rug, doctors medicate it, and movies make fun of it. Even otherwise generally happy people can get into a cold funk during the holidays. Just what is it about the holidays that can transform smiles into frowns, and bring even the most otherwise chipper of people down? With over 30 years of counseling and spiritual healing, Dr. Ken Unger is just the person to help us understand holiday depression, and to answer YOUR questions! Every day over 100 million people report that they are affected by depression or general feelings of unhappiness and hopelessness. What can one do when faced with the profound loss of hope that accompanies these feelings? And why does it always seem to particularly affect people around the holidays? Is medication the answer? "No!" says Dr. Unger! Medication not only isn't the answer, but most people have it within their power to start healing immediately without medication - to provide the emotional healing and balm that their soul needs. Dr. Ken Unger's credentials include more than than 35 years of counseling and spiritual healing. The author of The Ultimate Breakthrough, Dr. Unger has degrees in counseling and psychotherapy, has served as Dean of Counseling at a major bible college, and has counseled inner city youth and worked in psychiatric hospitals, prisons, churches and colleges, as well as serving as pastor at three different facilities over the course of 23 years. It's no wonder that he's earned the nickname "The Soul Doctor"! Dr. Unger will explain how to deal with depression and attain peace in your life over the holidays - and beyond - without relying on medication. And of course, he will be available during the entire hour-long show to answer YOUR questions.

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