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The Church & Mental Illness...

By Crossbreed · Apr 5, 2021 · ·
  1. These USA churches are good at dealing with mental illnesses (such as schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, etc.),
    (Links above are locators.)
    They are present in other countries, as well.

    (Do not discontinue taking your medicine without your doctor's approval.)

    If these aren't in your country, look for a church that has a "healing" ministry.

    About Author

    I am an ASD1 father of children on all levels of the spectrum. I have had to seek out resources for their care and, when I was diagnosed, my own.


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  1. Sapphire K
    I doubt it.
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    2. Sapphire K
      @Crossbreed I don't think it's a good idea to advertise faith healing here. Especially since some on this site have poor relations with Christisnity due to personal experiences with it.
    3. Crossbreed
      This post is tied to a thread in the "Religion" sub-forum, so it is on-topic. I am speaking of healing for mental illnesses & emotional injuries, not healing from autism (which I embrace).

      Many of those "poor relations" are because they haven't gone to an "autism-friendly" church, yet. (I have seen the other kind, too.)
    4. Sapphire K
      @Crossbreed I understand but I still think it's not a good idea because the context isn't clear.