By Steve Austin |
If you’re already working with a therapist or other mental health professional, these depression resources can serve as a great supplement. They are not intended to diagnose or treat mental illness. They are intended to help you find further clarity and more ways to practice good self-care if you’re depressed.
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A new article out by the Telegraph states that there is an astonishing rise in exorcisms for the mentally ill. Mental Illness and Demons Somebody help me. When will this damaging theology end? Will the Church ever awaken from her ignorant slumber and see just how destructive this bad theology is? Well, maybe this response […]Read More
I was a pastor when I nearly died by suicide. My story, From Pastor to a Psych Ward, is an Amazon best-selling book, and now you can listen to all 13-episodes of my story as a serial podcast on iTunes. When I left home that Sunday night, I knew my wife and little boy would never […]Read More
“According to the World Health Organization, 350 million people suffer from depression, yet at any given time, we can feel alone.” That’s the opening line for the Giving Voice to Depression podcast. And it’s true. At times, those of us who live with mental illness, feel like we are suffering all alone. It was true […]Read More
Mental health and faith can feel like two separate worlds. For many people, they look at life as either spiritual or physical/mental. Mixing the two is like trying to mix steak and Kraft Dinner. They just don’t seem to fit. But this is not healthy, because a healthy mind is a healthy soul. Check out this post for 7 ways faith can help you with the weight of living.Read More