Christian Living, Christian Mental Health

Faith Doesn’t Exempt Us: Mental Illness in Christian Life

I’m in a slow season, awaiting a transition from one home to another. Boredom is good for the soul and helps creativity flow in young minds. Boredom is not good for a mind that’s entangled in chronic mental illness. Guilt seeps into the binge-watching and couch surfing. Pain plagues the shoulders of the daydreaming and… Read More Faith Doesn’t Exempt Us: Mental Illness in Christian Life

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Forgiveness: Searching for Freedom on the Other End of Hurt

Rumination. This is a fancy word for talking and overthinking about the past, or as some would like to think and stress, living in the past. It’s a point of contention between loved ones who argue through hurts, trials, illness, and breakdowns. It’s also a beastly grip that takes place on those struggling through major… Read More Forgiveness: Searching for Freedom on the Other End of Hurt

Christian Living, Christian Mental Health

Loneliness and Depression as a Christian

Loneliness. There’s a tie between mental health and the feeling or actual function of being alone. Many people have gone through a season or have felt some effect of this sense of solitude at some point in their lives. But to those who suffer from true mental health disorders, not the nouveau way of defining… Read More Loneliness and Depression as a Christian