At New Life, we want to see everyone live the life of emotional freedom that God desires. During Mental Health Awareness Month we want to highlight some ways you can improve your mental health and experience freedom.
Whatever you are facing, talking to a licensed Christian counselor can help. Counselors are safe people who can help you work through current struggles or past trauma that affects your present. They can help with addictions, relationship issues, or a desire to improve your life
Let us connect you with a counselor.
Joining a Life Recovery Group connects you with others who are seeking healing and provides a safe place for connection. Many groups even meet online.
Learn From Others
At New Life workshops, you’ll learn from speakers and counselors who have walked in your shoes and are committed to helping you find healing. Learn more about our workshops.
Read Helpful Articles
Here are a few great articles about mental health:
- 6 Lies We Believe About Abuse in Marriage
- Helping Someone With Borderline Personality Disorder
- 5 Fear Factors to Set You Free
- Everything You Need to Know About Narcissism
- 6 Tips for Peaceful Parenting in a Pandemic
- Grief Ten Years Later
- 9 Ways to Help Your ADHD Child
- Reviving Your Marriage in a Time of COVID
- Worry as a Form of Meditation
- 10 Ways to De-Stress
Here are a few great articles about mental health from liferecoverygroups.com:
- Anger—A Signal to Action
- 9 Ways to Navigate a Bipolar Relationship
- Depression and Addiction: What’s the Connection?
- 8 Often-Overlooked Facts About Depression
- How to Live Shame-Free
- Breaking Free from Suicidal Thinking
- What to Do When You Lose a Loved One to Suicide
- 7 Myths and Misconceptions about Sad
- How to Stop Obsessive Thoughts7
- The Do’s and Don’ts of Helping Someone with Compulsive Hoarding
Empathize With Others
How do you have empathy when a loved one has struggles you don’t understand? When you sign up for Club New Life, our Thank You gift will help you with that. You’ll receive these 8 books from the Arterburn Wellness Series:
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Depression
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Attention Deficit Disorder
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Borderline Personality Disorder
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Alcohol or Drug Addiction
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Sexual Addiction
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Narcissistic Personality Disorder
- Understanding and Loving a Person with Bipolar Disorder
Seek Professional Treatment for Addictions
An addiction to illegal or prescription drugs, alcohol, or a battle with an eating disorder not only compromises mental health, but can be life-threatening. If you or your loved one is struggling with any of these issues, Christian inpatient treatment programs can help. Learn more.