Articles on Secular-topics:health/mental-health

The Day I Planned to Die

On the way to commit suicide, a teen hears a voice in his head that tells him not to. A few days later he finds out what stopped him.

I Shared the Gospel with Oprah

A college student explained to Oprah Winfrey how God has restored her purity and hope after experiencing the horror of rape.

5 Practical Things to Do Instead of Worrying

Apart from anxiety disorders, worry is a matter of not trusting God and trusting more in our own abilities to fix our circumstances. So how do we stop? And how do we prevent it?

The Worst Way to Counsel a Friend

The first time I went to a counselor, she told me I was a sinner. That was the worst thing she could have said.

To the Depressed Christian

As a Christian, depression tempted me to distrust God. I was desperately seeking deliverance He seemed to withhold from me.

Bullying Almost Broke Me

I never wanted to forgive those who hurt me.

But Christians Aren’t Supposed To Be Broken

The depression was gone, but I was surprised to find that the brokenness remained. My wound had been healed, and I was still broken.

Depression: Antidepressants and the Spiritual Dimension

All of life is a spiritual learning experience. God is there for people who are suffering. People can really experience God's help and presence in the valley of depression.

Suicide: Giving Life Another Chance

Give life another chance. You may be reading this article because you are contemplating killing yourself. Or perhaps you know someone who is. If you are at the end of your rope there are suicide hotlines and other resources here.

The Unseen Crisis Among College Women

Chronic mental health problems are on the rise, raising serious issues for those working with female students.

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