A child or teen suicide attempt represents much more than a medical problem. It represents a young person in crisis, crying out for help.
Unfortunately, a guarantee doesn’t come with the safeguarding suggestions, but they can help prevent teen suicide.
Here are several ways to help our teens change their anxious thinking habits and lead them toward a healthier mindset.
Facing a mental illness is difficult, and as parents we want to take the burdens from our children. Rest in knowing that there is hope.
Raising teens with autism takes patience and an ability to expect the unexpected. It’s a hard road, but a road with honor.
Our kids need to know they are loved, worthy, valued and created on purpose for a purpose. Their difficulty in overcoming anxiety or depression does not define them.
Understanding the teen brain requires patience, kindness, and grace. Learn from Dr. Ben Carson about how you can help your teen learn to THINK BIG as they continue to develop and grow.
Throughout church history, people who know Jesus as their Lord and Savior have practiced spiritual disciplines. Spiritual disciplines are habits that help a Christian grow spiritually. These activities deepen a person’s relationship with God so they can be conformed to the image of Jesus. But did you know that the same disciplines that feed and …
It’s not easy to know how to help a depressed spouse, but this advice can get you started.
Mental Health Awareness Month is a good reminder that you, pastor, need to advocate for your mental health in a community that will be supportive as well. By doing so, you can model and lead your congregation in caring for those with mental health needs through service that honors Christ.