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Christian Science Sentinel

Healing of suicidal depression

I had struggled for years with mental illness in the form of what I felt was suicidal depression. Then one day, I experienced a lifting of the dark thoughts that had kept me in a debilitating fear...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Our divine right to mental peace

Judging by how many resources today are devoted to mental health, it seems many people struggle with feelings of inner turmoil. Some find it hard to think clearly and to remain peaceful and product...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Mental health: A new view

You might say that Paula Jensen-Moulton has always been invested in helping people see themselves differently. During her graduate work in counseling and human development, one of her professors tu...

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The Christian Science Journal

Mental health beyond the brain

It seems that mental health has become fragile and tenuous for many people, without lasting relief in sight. Many have come to expect a deterioration of their mental faculties with age or as the re...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Mental health that’s permanent and secure

Mental health is an issue that is often examined by the media, debated in political spheres and health insurance companies, and discussed widely on college campuses. Yet some of these discussions a...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Praying about mental health

As a twenty-something, this writer faced scary symptoms that pointed to a mental health issue. But what she was learning in Christian Science about God as Mind—the only Mind—not only empowered her...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Mental health and identity

One who suffers from mental confusion, memory failure, an inability to respond to simple orderliness—what to do and how to do it in the common routine of daily living—is being confronted with tempo...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Depression and suicidal thoughts healed

Terri served as a military chaplain, helping people deal with depression and suicidal thoughts. She, too, had to overcome this challenge during college. What she discovered about God's love and car...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Spirituality linked to better mental health

Spirituality often enhances health—particularly mental health—regardless of a person’s faith, according to University of Missouri researchers.“In many ways, the results of our study support the ide...

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Christian Science Sentinel

Breaking the spell of suicide

A trance, a spell, a dark moment. Call it what you like, but it can’t control you!