An Alternative Treatment For Mental Illness: Orthomolecular Psychiatry

 

Mental Illness:

Mental illness has been in the forefront of the news lately. Twenty six innocent people lost their lives to someone with a mental illness. There are traditional approaches to mental illness such as anti-depressant and anti-psychotic drugs. Mental illness can also be addressed using alternative modalities. One such approach to mental illness . . . → Read More: An Alternative Treatment For Mental Illness:

Turning Negative Thoughts into Positive Thoughts:Building A Happy Life

From Negative to Positive thoughts

We are all bombarded by negative thoughts. One only has to listen to or read the news to be subjected to negativity. So how do we guard our minds and shift from sad to happy, from depressed to joyful, or from negative to positive thoughts? The following suggestions may help.

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The Life Long Impact of Child Abuse: Depression and Anxiety

The Life Long Impact of Child Abuse:

Child abuse is one of the most egregious types of crimes. Children look to adults for safety, security, love, and acceptance. When those expectations are short cut due to abuse, serious consequences can and often do occur. Some of the most serious effects of child abuse in infants . . . → Read More: The Life Long Impact of Child Abuse: Depression and Anxiety

Nehemiah Rebuilt The Wall Of Jerusalem With Burnt Stones

 

Jerusalem

I would like to assume all the credit for this post, but I can’t. It comes from a sermon I heard about fifteen years ago, given by Pastor Rick Shelton of Life Christian Center in Fenton, Missouri. It stands out in my mind as a classic. It’s about the new Jerusalem.

Nehemiah saw . . . → Read More: Nehemiah Rebuilt The Wall Of Jerusalem With Burnt Stones

Reclaiming a Lost Childhood

lost childhood

 

 

I had a long discussion today about reframing and reclaiming my lost childhood. Much happened during that time that I thought would mar me deeply and forever. Such is not the case.

How much do those of us who have suffered treasure the happy times? We have known deep pain and . . . → Read More: Reclaiming a Lost Childhood