How Much Do You Understand About Mental Illness?Mental illness can be controlled!

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How Much Do You Understand About Mental Illness? Did you realize that mental illness comes in many sizes, shapes, and names? Drinking alcohol, taking drugs, not sleeping properly, and not eating healthy all add to mental illness symptoms, regardless of illness. Each of us has our form of mental illness, some people’s mental illness prevents them from functioning as healthy people, and others cope with things better. A person must be a little mentally ill to live in this world with all its craziness and sin. God can heal all our wounds, both physically and emotionally. ~ Bill Greguska

Psalm 6:2 Have mercy on me, Lord, for I am faint; heal me, Lord, for my bones are in agony.




NBA Basketball Player Kevin Love, Talks About His Mental Illness Struggle!



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Mental Illness Is Sometimes What You Don’t See!


Mental illness can happen to anybody. You can be a dustman, a politician, a Tesco worker, anyone. It could be your dad, your brother, or your aunt. Frank Bruno

2 Timothy 1:7 For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid but gives us power, love, and self-discipline.



Mental Illness Can Be Helped!How To View And Deal With Mental Illness?

Mental illness can be treated, and a person can live a productive life. What is the best help for mental illness? Often people try to find support for mental illness in ways that medicate their problems instead of solving them. Some people get involved in addictions, unhealthy relationships, poor diets, alcohol, drugs, etc.
Before you open the door for taking medication, you need to start with taking care of your diet, getting enough sleep, exercising, having a social life, and having a purpose in life are five things to consider. Do these things before you even consider taking medication. After looking at these simple suggestions and noticing nothing getting better, professional help is wise to look into!
Sometimes medication helps, and other times it can create more issues if things can be fixed to avoid medication. Mental illness can be both prevented and treated. It depends on how you take care of yourself!

Don’t Allow Mental Illness To Keep You Down!





Mental Illness And Sin Is The Root Of Many Problems?Mental illness is something that can be treated and lived with.

The treatment covers the symptoms but does not get to the root of the problem that is all somehow rooted in sin, maybe not their sin, but evil nonetheless. Often with the dealing of sin, the mental illness reduces to a manageable situation. There is help for disorders, but the outcomes are usually less than favorable without God and prayer. You even know who is in our society with a mental illness; many famous people have been affected by mental illness. Medication can help, but getting to the root of the problem is critical! But getting to the root does not always happen, unfortunately! Real recovery is impossible without God’s healing grace and personal cooperation of the afflicted person and personal cooperation of the afflicted person. It is impossible, just covered up with a temporary bandage. ~ Bill Greguska

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Mental Illness, Mental Health!




Simple Definitions:

  • Diabetes – Is A Disorder Of The Pancreas

  • Mental Illness – Is A Disorder Of The Mind

Mental illness is a medical condition that often results in the inability to cope with life’s ordinary, everyday demands. With God’s help and treatment, it can be controlled, symptoms can be reversed, and a person can defeat these problems.



There Are Many Types Of Diagnoses

These include major depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and borderline personality disorder. The good news is that with God and recovery, living a relatively healthy life is possible soon. No stigma or shame should be connected with seeing a doctor for help. The real shame is not taking care of the illness and allowing it to worsen. With God, medication, and treatment, a person can get to the point of living a productive, everyday healthy life.







Here Is A List Of The Most Common Emotional Problems:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Depression
  • Dissociative Disorders
  • Dual Diagnosis: Substance Abuse and Mental Illness
  • Eating Disorders
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Panic Disorder
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Schizoid-affective Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Tourette’s Syndrome



Mental Illness Has Become More And More Treatable, And Manageable!

Medications, therapy, patience, understanding, and love. The only difference is that their illness often makes life harder to deal with. But with God, all things are possible, and most people with emotional issues can lead useful lives with help from God, others, and medication. It is known that drugs will bring out emotional illness symptoms or magnify any current issues. The problem is that drugs and alcohol make things more magnified negatively. Also, when a person diagnosed then uses alcohol or drugs while on their medication, this also amplifies any issues that they are dealing with in the first place.



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