Have you ever felt like Eeyore?

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 9 Comments

It’s hard when you feel depressed in church

You may feel alone, misunderstood or even rejected.

That’s why we need church based support groups for those struggling with their moods, emotions or relationships.

Click on the video and learn about a very successful support group model that’s easy to duplicate.

To live a transformed life, you need to be part of a supportive environment.

Now I want to hear from you

Have you ever been part of a support group? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Here’s how to connect to Eeyore & Friends

Learn about The Living Room Christian support groups

Here are the small group studies used by many support groups.

Do you need a support group?

Do you need a support group?

Would you like to meet with me personally to discuss areas in your life where you feel stuck?

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Grant

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Comments 9

  1. Dr. Mullen, I’m excited to be starting a group at a church that is with and for the homeless ones in the Okanagan, many of whom of course, struggle with M.H. issues, addictions, and tons of baggage!

    Previously I ran a group in a traditional church in Aylmer where many felt it was truly life transforming.

    Thanks so much for your balanced and great teaching resources!
    blessings
    Betty Hjalmarson

  2. What a great name for the group. Luv Eeyore! He needs a hug! Maybe Eeyore needs a coaching appt with Dr. Mullen!! Does anyone know of a Support group like Eeyore & Friends in the Hamilton/Toronto area?

  3. I have been going to Celebrate Recovery for several months, they have weekly meetings and it is a 12 Step Program, very spiritual and supportive. It is for any problems you may be going through. Their website is celebraterecovery.ca. I go to a Step Study there is 4 books we’re going through, we’re on the 4th book now. There is a Movie coming out April 19/13 about Celebrate Recovery. It’s a true story about a professional baseball player with serious alcohol problems who gets 2 months off of baseball to get help and ends up going to Celebrate Recovery. I am bipolar and finding this program very helpful.

  4. This is a great idea for inside the church where as in past blogs you have mentioned that there is a stigmatism attached to mental and emotional issues. I will certainly be passing this along. As your guest said it is not to be a wallowing session but an uplifting experience with affirmation.

  5. Hi. I really like the idea of this type of support group. My wife suffers from depression and fibromyalgia. This prevents her from being able to go to church in the mornings. She tried a Fibro support group but found it more depressing as everyone talked about their pains and trials. I would like more info on getting a group started in our church.

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