A person can expect difficulty when trying to improve one’s mental health. In the same way that it takes more effort to lose weight than to gain weight, the same is true to go from poor mental health to improved mental health.
This episode describes the stigma that the Christian-community places on people who deal with mental health challenges. Through well-intentioned motives, the outcomes can be harmful when misapplied.
What would it look like to treat mental fitness like one does physical fitness? Could our mental fitness be suffering in the same way our physical fitness is suffering? On average this is the case and in this installment I explain how we can achieve better mental health.
In this episode, we are uncovering the origins of mental health challenges in order to tackle the most devastating myth about mental illnesses. That myth is the idea that there is nothing a person can do to improve one’s mental health.
Mental Illnesses have become like an elephant in the room. Their impacts are so big and widespread that most are either giving up or living with them.
There is another alternative called mental fitness that’s worth learning more about.