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Being with a loved one struggling through mental health is a difficult place to sit. Sometimes in our frustration well-intentioned words or phrases come out that do more harm than good. Following is a list of seven things to avoid saying and why they are hurtful.
It is time to start treating mental health with the same tenderness and love we show those who have been diagnosed with cancer or chronic pain. It’s time to start listening because we’ve got a lot to learn.
The church must step up in its efforts to be more vocal about anxiety, mental illness and suicide ideation. When we remain quiet, we are rejecting those we are called to love.
Shame and guilt will keep you from reaching out for help. Stigmas paralyze. But your depression is not your fault, is nothing to be ashamed of, and is treatable. There is hope.
The church has been far too silent for far too long when it comes to mental health. We perpetuate stigmas and put on masks while all around us people are broken and in need of our help and love.
A quick self-check can help you discover how far you have gone and how to get your life back on track.
You and I can get so caught up on what is right and wrong that we miss our true calling.
Find out how one homicide detective examined Jesus’s death and resurrection as a cold-case and the evidence he discovered.
Discover what it looks like to set up rumble strips to protect your kids, while also letting them test their boundaries.
We talk a lot about not going off the rails, but what happens when we lose control and have to pick up the pieces?