Pastor Tommy Nelson describes his battle with depression amidst the responsibilities of leading a family and church, and how others supported him through the pain and frustration to find healing in Christ.
Drs. Gary Lovejoy and Greg Knopf clear up misconceptions about depression as they highlight its symptoms and explain how it can be treated.
Studies by the American Public Human Services Association found that nearly half a million people were victims of elder abuse in their homes.
Author Sarah Smith shares her journey through caring for her mother as she battles Alzheimer’s. Her perspective is both eye-opening and encouraging for anyone who finds themselves caring for someone who was once their care-giver.
Offering hope to those struggling with depression, Plugged In’s Paul Asay discusses his own battle with this affliction and the healing he’s experienced through his relationship with Jesus Christ.
As you struggle to hold your marriage together and consider attending a Hope Restored marriage intensive, it might be helpful to think about damage control.
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.
While the journey toward healing may seem daunting, there are actions an adult with attachment disorder can take.
Dr. Matthew Stanford offers a compassionate look at mental illness, which affects one in five teens and adults in the United States. He discusses the need for overcoming the stigma of reaching out for help and encourages the church community to offer hope and healing for families with loved ones suffering with mental health issues.
By general definition, codependency is an adaptive coping mechanism used compulsively by those trying to find personal worth and value by meeting perceived needs of others.