When spouses stay alert to changes in each other, they can catch warning signs of possible mental health issues early on and seek the help they need.
It’s not easy to know how to help a depressed spouse, but this advice can get you started.
Relying on God to carry the burden of depression
Feeling depressed? Bible verses about faith and hope along with coping skills may offer help to families during the hard times of quarantine.
With all the changes going on around you, you can help to support strong mental health during the coronavirus for yourself and those in your care.
Pastors are not immune from suicidal thoughts, and neither are those under their care. How should a pastor shepherd individuals in the church who struggle with the debilitating effects of suicidal ideation?
If your marriage is chaotic because of erratic behaviors, there is hope for restoration. An unhealthy marriage where mental illness is present is a result of the disease — not a failed marriage.
Craig’s best efforts at helping his depressed wife made him exhausted, bitter and resentful. Then, prompted by God, he made a decision that changed his life and began her healing process.
Do you get the after-holiday “blahs”? Here are some ideas to help you get back to feeling like your normal self.
Often teens struggle with putting words to their frustrations, fears, anxieties and sadness. Over time, those unprocessed feelings can lead to depression and even suicide. Is it time you had a conversation with your kids?