“Everyone could use a little (or a lot of) therapy”
Can we go ahead and break the stigma behind seeking therapy? You’re not weak for needing medical, professional health. Taking care of your spirituality AND mental well being is taking ownership of your mental health. Owning your struggles and recognizing areas of weakness is only the beginning. In order to truly become better versions of ourselves, we need to take action. We need to take action in strengthening your mental health is an incredible act of bravery.
This week, I am breaking down the stigmas behind seeking therapy as Christians. I’m sharing what it means to take care of your mental health. A year ago, I sought out therapy in order to strengthen the areas in my life. There were areas that I either wasn’t aware of. And there were also things that I didn’t want to even admit to myself. There is no shame in seeking medical help. And honestly, everyone could use a little therapy at some point in their lives.
- Why mental health isn’t always stemmed from a lack of faith
- Recognizing that asking for help is an incredible act of bravery
- Understanding the difference(s) between spiritual health & mental health
Question of the Week:
“Are there areas in your life that you haven’t been able to fully process through? Are there areas that you may need to seek professional guidance in order to grow from these experiences?”
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