Hope and mental health

February 1st, 2007 | Posted by jameswatkins in Uncategorized

“Hi, I’m Jim. I struggle with mental health issues.”

Yep, I have clinical depression, ADD, OCD and, just to keep things interesting, I’m on the very mild end of the autism spectrum. So, here are some hopeful posts on mental health that I trust will be helpful and hopeful:

Are authors in their “write” mind
Charles Spurgeon’s struggle with depression
Dealing with death and grief
Emotions real but not reality
Hope and help for suicidal thoughts
Hope for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease
“It’s the Most Difficult Time of the Year” Surviving the stress of Christmas
Jesus, ADD and me
Mood altering hugs
I’m a mess. You’re a mess. (Audio)
You may depressed if . . .

From my daughter, Faith, the licensed therapist:
From fairy tale to horror story Excerpt from Recovering Love
Mental health resources
Ten signs of addiction

I am so grateful that God has chosen someone with mental health issues to share hope and humor. God’s grace is amazing . . . and ironic!

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