Category: healing

Embracing Imperfection

My missionary is home . . . early. For many of you ...

Faith to Forgive Grievous Harms: Accepting the Atonement as Restitution

There is a podcast, Mormon Discussion, that I listen to on ...

A Word of Wisdom: Now, With Even More Promise!

Often, we consider the benefits of following the Word of Wisdom ...

Out of the Corner

Today's guest post is from a regular contributor, Michelle. She manages ...

Addiction Recovery for Real Life

Addiction comes in many forms. It would not be a stretch ...

Pros of Prozac: A Book Review

Honestly, as a woman who suffers from anxiety and depression, and ...

Learning to Be Okay With (and Maybe Love) Mother’s Day

"I hate Mother's Day." I did not say this, but I have ...

Jane’s Story

Jane was abused as a child and in that horror she ...

Forbearance to Inflict Harm: Practical Mercy

[On Sundays this year we are publishing a series from Ray ...

When is Your Appointment?

Over a blissfully free-from-work-and-school holiday break this winter, my eight-year-old daughter ...

Brad Wilcox, Continuous

In a delightful pair of books, popular LDS author and speaker ...

Called to Fall

Half a year and most of a lifetime ago our world ...

Divine Motherhood, Earthly Realities

If you've ever been in a class of 9-year-old people reading ...

Healing

This last essay in our Peculiar Minds series is by Michelle. A ...

My Path Down the Rabbit Hole

This essay in our Peculiar Minds series is anonymously contributed. My wife ...

Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder

This essay in our Peculiar Minds series is from Melissa Horsley.  The ...

Overcoming Anxiety and Depression without Medication

This essay is a part of our Peculiar Minds series. Editor's Note: ...

Choosing Treatment through Revelation

This essay is part of our Peculiar Minds series. One of the ...

What is Bipolar Disorder?

From the National Institute of Mental Health: Bipolar disorder, also known as ...

Understanding Bipolar II Disorder

This essay in the Peculiar Minds series is by Tresa Edmunds, ...

A Reader’s Story of Hope

One of our faithful readers read Free at Last in our Peculiar ...

What is Real? Living Without Diagnosis

This essay in our Peculiar Minds series was anonymously contributed.  As a wife, ...

Understanding P0rnography Addiction

This essay in our Peculiar Minds series is by Dr. Kevin ...

The Well of Depression

This essay is a part of our Peculiar Minds series. The darkness ...

The Diagnosis

This guest essay in our Peculiar Minds series, is anonymous. I'm sitting ...

Anxiety Disorders, including PTSD

This research essay is part of our Peculiar Minds series. Anxiety Disorders are broadly ...

Resources for Help with Mental Illness

This essay is part of our Peculiar Minds series. A Personal Perspective I ...

Resources

This post is part of our Peculiar Minds series. Please read ...

Growing Sin

I don’t like the word repent. Short and chopped at the ...

A Stream of Testimony

As the old year ends and the new begins, the editors ...

Salvation in This Life

Those who crucified Jesus did so because they could not accept ...

Lift Up Your Voice

My mother says I started singing a little before I started ...

A Storm of Anger

Lying here in the dark I hear the rumbling of a ...

Are Things What They Are, or What We Are?

All is quiet. Sitting, body aching, part of me crying for ...

Dia de Los Muertos

Halloween coincides with the Mexican festival Dia de Los Muertos (Nov ...

Faith Enough to be Healed

Over 15 years ago I had the privilege of visiting teaching ...

The Wonder of Warts

It is a basic medical truism that in order to be ...