Let’s end the stigma

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 1 Comment

Depression, anxiety and mood swings are common

Even among Christians!

But we feel so much shame and guilt about having a mood disorder or taking the medicines for it.

Why is it so hard for Christians to accept this diagnosis and treatment?

How do mood disorders affect marriages?

How can we help those who are struggling but don’t know where to turn?

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Comments 1

  1. Thanks Dr. Grant. Actually I am going to be finding out rather soon how my church deals with my mood disorder of anxiety and depression. The few people who do know, including my pastor have been understanding and encouraging but I don’t know how the others who may know about my condition will react, so I haven’t gone back to church yet, but I will. Actually a member of my therapy group encouraged me to return because as Christians we are to be loving and accepting (not judging) and it is an illness, just a different one.

    Regarding family, one of my sisters has been feeding me with scriptures and positive thinking and encouraging me to trust fully in God (and I do) since I had to be hospitalised and medicated ( I know He is healing me). She was able to overcome her anxiety through her faith and walk with God ( I thank Him for that) and prays I will too and I believe I am on my way even with medication.On the other hand my youngest sister who was praying for me and encouraging me (she was told by God that I was under attack) before my hospitalization has stopped calling me for whatever reason.Stigma?? I don’t know.

    I am just giving it all to Jesus and leaving it at the foot of the cross.

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