Bringing peace to conflicts is often complicated, especially when it comes to international situations like the Syrian refugee crisis but also in our personal struggles.  We need many different tools to work at these conflicts.  Sometimes our first responses, our gut instincts, get in the way.  What tools do you reach for first in a crisis, and are those tools doing what you'd like them to do?

Read "Drop the Hammer" from Joe Heikman

Think of your mental health as a cup.  Each experience, each stress point, adds a bit of water to your cup.  Not a big deal for many of us; our cups are spacious.  But some of us have cups that are already quite full--family histories, serious trauma, medical conditions, financial stress, etc.  In those times, our cups overflow, spilling quite easily.  What do we do when we're overloaded, even out of control?  Where do we find stability, regulation, healing?

Read "My Cup Is Full" from Theresa Driediger, or listen below.

 

 

Mental illness hurts.  It ruins lives, even ends them.  It breaks up relationships, strains families, interrupts careers, dashes hopes and dreams.  Where is God in the middle of all of this destruction?  Do we dare to ask that question for ourselves and our loved ones?  Do we have helpful answers for those who ask it?

Read "Nothing." from Joe Heikman, or listen below

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