Improving wellbeing through the ‘5 ways to wellbeing’ campaign and relationship with Jesus.
So at the end of the last blog ‘Changing focus- Psalm 4’ it said ” What does the road in that valley look like for you? How do we get to that point of healing for our physical (illnesses), emotional (mental health) or spiritual (wars)?” Now, i figured the best way to tackle this questionContinue reading “The Road to Healing”
Psalm 4.1: Answer me when i call to you my righteous God. Give me relief from my distress; have mercy on me and hear my prayer This prayer has been muttered by myself as well as David and, i expect, many of you as well. It’s a prayer of desperation. When we are going throughContinue reading “Changing Focus- Psalm 4”
I wanted to write something on a personal level and how I (try to) overcome these. In hope that it can help others experiencing low moods, and depression as well. Does anyone sometimes just think, if we can just get through this situation or just to the weekend? Or if I could just finish thisContinue reading “Life is a Journey”
So, as its Mental health awareness day in the UK, I felt I should blog something. But I actually left the house today, for my second counselling session, so have been feeling a bit meh since and not in the right mood to write anything. Then I realised, that that was probably the point ofContinue reading “Mental Health Awareness Day”
It was about a year ago, God filled me with this idea to write about mental health and Christianity and how to improve and preferably overcome mental health issues eg. depression and anxiety by focussing on God. I figured, as the world is using mindfulness and meditation more, we as Christians (or as I preferContinue reading “The Beginning”
Hey everyone, I thought I should introduce myself before starting. My name is Lauren and I live in East Sussex, England. I am a mum of two wonderful children, 15 and 11years old, who are my life! I became a born again Christian 14 years ago at approx 2am! Although life has had its upsContinue reading “Introductions”