Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Be Still and Know

My mom tells the story of me at nine month and how a favorite toy, a ball, dropped out of my playpen… I climbed out, retrieved it and sat down and played with it. The next day the same thing happened except it rolled away… Mom was thinking, maybe I will start crawling finally… However …

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Dialysis vs Mental Health and Best Treatments

I have a friend whose kidneys are not working properly. Three times a week they have to go in and have dialysis, they do it to keep themselves alive. I have a friend whose kidneys are a brain that is not working properly. Three times a week they have to go in and have dialysis. …

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Oxymoronic

Being a Christian dealing with mental health issues seems oxymoronic… How can I profess faith AND still fight depression and anxiety… Psalm 69:6 (NLT): Don’t let those who trust in you be ashamed because of me, O Sovereign Lord of Heaven’s Armies. Shame… It’s so easy to stereotype Christian’s who deal with mental health illness …

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