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A Christian Perspective on the World Today

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A generation that breathes anxiety

In the age of Covid-19, anxiety is more common than ever before. But what is it, and how can we learn to live with it?
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Why it’s worth asking “R U OK?”

Mental health is now talked about more than ever, but there is still stigma. This personal story helps break down misconceptions.
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Eating healthier for anxiety and depression

New research is showing that our mental health can be strongly influenced by the quality of our diet.
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Lessons from the radiotherapy room

A diagnosis of cancer is devastating. But it can also be a wake-up call and an opportunity to reset your priorities.
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The illusion of connection

Loneliness (n): a feeling of sadness because one has no friends or company. But you are not alone.
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Overcoming Opioid addiction: A success story

I felt completely helpless and hopeless—prescription drugs had destroyed my life. But it wasn't the end of my journey
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Dealing with anxiety

Yes, anxiety is a real medical condition. But there are practical strategies and solutions that work.
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Unhealthy obsession

You might have a friend who’s often teased for being a control freak. But the reality of obsessive compulsive disorder is no joke.
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Mental Workout

How science is finally discovering that exercise helps with the prevention and treatment of psychological problems such as depression and anxiety.
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Hygge your life

Melody Tan explains a traditional way of thinking that’s putting energy back into our stressed, Western lives.
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Go healthy for good – May 2017

Why we shouldn't always listen to the doctor. And how fruit and vegetables can help us fight depression and anxiety.
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Five Questions with Dannielle Synot

Dannielle Synot is co-founder of Brave Enough, a “harm prevention” ministry dedicated to empowering people with hope, healing and freedom