While “Church Folks” are likely to acknowledge those in the world can and do have mental health issues that need professional help (#22ADAY), they are just as likely to claim that for a “True Believer” mental health issues should not exist. That is a seriously false assumption along with claims that Depression is a sign … More Free resource to help you talk about mental health with loved ones
Teen mental health has never been this bad… READ MORE > > > The Adolescent Mental Health Crisis “In 2019, 13 percent of adolescents reported having a major depressive episode. And that was a 60 percent increase from 2007. Suicide rates, which had been stable from 2000 to 2007 among this group, leapt nearly 60 percent … More The Teen Mental Health Crisis: How Do We Respond?
“The lockdowns are the greatest mistake in human history.” Dennis was mocked and dismissed for making this statement nearly two years ago. Now “the experts” are coming out of the shadows to report on the damage (mental health, suicide, eating disorders) the lockdowns have had—especially on younger generations. Dennis reads from an article confirming what … More Dennis Prager – Just as I Predicted…
Recently, the Economist reported that “In any given year one person in six is afflicted by a mental illness… [yet] two-thirds of people with a mental health problem do not receive any treatment for it. In poor countries, hardly any do. And almost everywhere, psychiatrists and clinical psychologists are scarce.” READ MORE > > >
Depression even for True Believers is a very real thing. If you do a google search for Bible verses about depression or Christian depression helps you will likely come up with a multitude of self-help articles books or lists of verses to read, all designed to get you out of your funk. While I will … More Sunday Sermon Series – 11/14/21
Prager U’s New 5-Minute Video Homelessness is one of the most vexing public policy problems we face. If you live in a big city, especially on the West Coast, you literally face it every day. And every day, it seems to get worse. Why? And what can we do about it? Christopher Rufo, a Senior … More What Do We Do About the Homeless?
Veterans, as a whole are least likely to seek help on their own for mental health issues, it is a macho thing, (for men and women) servicemembers who have fought the good fight and are you know tough. Unfortunately, this leads to many issues including self-abuse (alcohol, drugs, etc.) spousal and family abusiveness, and even … More May is Mental Health Month
POSTED ON August 17, 2020 by beautybeyondbones I’ve gone back and forth, and back and forth about publishing this post. Because, let’s be honest, a lady’s not supposed to talk about politics, religion or money. But then, when have I ever followed the rules when it comes to that. But … More KAMALA ON LIFE
By Michael Hendrix August 21, 2020 This essay is part of a special series of the American Project that seeks to address the crisis of loneliness during the global COVID-19 pandemic. New Yorkers are used to hearing sirens. And then came March’s round-the-clock ambulance wails, every hour of every day. Through the barred windows of my … More WE ARE SUFFERING FROM A SOCIAL RECESSION, TOO.
5 Questions about Mental Illness David Murray What is mental illness? Mental illness is an old problem; as old as the fall. Although God made everything very good (Gen. 1:31), when sin entered, humanity came under the divine curse, together with the rest of the creation (Gen. 3:16-19). Every part of us was disordered and … More 5 Questions about Mental Illness