A few more thoughts.
One. Why have people insisted that Matt Walsh blames people for their depression? He said nothing like that.
Two. Why are folks insisting that Matt Walsh thinks the solution to depression is to “pray away the depression?” He said nothing like that.
Three. As a CHRISTIAN, I seek to believe that God can be bigger than the shit we have to deal with, whether it be mental or otherwise. We can’t limit God by reducing depression to pure materialism. Nor can we use God as a crutch—to “get us through the hard times”—and nothing else. God is God. He wants to be Lord of our depression and suicidal tendencies as much as he wants to be Lord of Mass on Sundays. And I feel God gets left behind as soon as we start talking about depression and triggers and personal experience and ignorance and suicide—because obviously we have all the answers and we don’t need God, we just need the rationality we received from Him. Yeah, right.
"We needed God loving us in our weakness, and not in the glory of beatitude." Czesław Miłosz