1 out of every 4 families in our communities are suffering from mental health challenges and for the most part, they are putting most of their energy… Read more “Men’s Mental Health: Breaking the Silence Virtual Event Tuesday, May 24, 2022”
One common experience shared by those with mental health challenges and their families is the sense of isolation. Social stigmas, guilt, shame, and the desire to protect… Read more “The Saints and Mental Health: St. Dymphna”
It has been a gradual, often painful learning process for our family as we collectively recognize a truth buried deep within our bones. Our bodies do not always differentiate between ‘good’ stress and ‘bad’. The physical reactions to excessive happiness, joy, and eager anticipation can feel very much like those reactions to fear, anxiety, and danger.
In April of 2020, the University of Regina in Saskatchewan announced the development of its online therapy unit devoted to making treatment for anxiety and depression using… Read more “Discernment of Spirits and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”
One afternoon, in the midst of a very frank conversation with my daughter about the weird things that BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and drive people, like herself,… Read more “Joy to the World: Building Resiliency this Christmas”
From time to time, my wife and I are asked about the place or role of our Catholic Christian faith in coping with the reality of mental… Read more “Faith And Mental Health”