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Tim and Nancy’s Story
“together we not only survive—we thrive.” TIM: Since 1979 I have lived with the consequences of…
Continuing To Survive And Overcome Mental Illness — By Grace, Through Faith, Plus Hard Work!…
An Intimate Portrait: Mental Illness, Psychosis, and Family Survival On August 14, 2018, Dr. Michael…
Mental Illness affects us all
BY THE NUMBERS
Of families and 59% of individuals with a mental illness want their church to talk about it.
Of adults in the U.S. who had at least one major depressive episode in the past year (16 mils)
Of adults in the U.S. who live with bipolar disorder (5.7 mils)
Of Church attendees (family or individual) are dealing with mental illness any given Sunday.
Of pastors rarely or never talk about mental illness from the pulpit