Addressing Your Questions on Mental Health – Part 2

In this episode, I get into part 2 of addressing your questions on mental health, healing and freedom. I love addressing questions and I pray that the insights covered in this episode will be a blessing to your life.

In this broadcast, here are some of the questions and topics that are addressed:

  • How do I deal with people who are trying to control me?
  • Addressing the influence of paranoia.
  • How do I work through the fear of judgment and self censoring?
  • How do I deal with people who are easily offended?
  • How do you stop an anxiety trigger?
  • Is it wrong to have distance from your family of origin?
  • How do I heal an unhealthy fear I have of God?
  • How do I deal with guilt that rises up when I am being happy?
  • What is love?
  • How do I develop consistency when I can’t stick to anything?
  • How do i know where to focus?
  • How do I face my fear of Christian television?
  • How do I deal with my spouse’s sin before marriage?

At the very end, I called in Melissa to help me address the marriage question that came in. We had a great time and pray you are blessed by this episode!

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