Every Tuesday, from 11/10/2020 to 12/15/2020, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Being a Christian does not make you immune to depression, hopelessness, or suicide.
"At 21 years of age, I was so depressed and desperate for a way out that I found myself crouched on the couch, my white-knuckled hand holding a gun to my head. By God’s grace, my roommate happened to come home early from work that day, and I put down my weapon when I heard his car pull up. Several weeks would go by before I finally talked to my roommate about my depression and what his early arrival that day circumvented."
Depression, hopelessness, and suicide are not an uncommon story.
A Six-week Webinar from Relational Values Alliance
When: November 10 – December 15
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. CST, 7:30 p.m. 9 p.m. EST
Where: At the Brown Home
Cost: FREE as a gift from Relational Values Alliance
The COVID-19 Pandemic has brought death in staggering numbers, economic collapse, widespread fear, and additionally another "invisible enemy" is taking center stage. This enemy attacks our mental/emotional health bringing increases in depression, anxiety, anger outbursts, violence, even suicide, and other challenges.
Session 1 - Managing Me . . . Beginning with My Hope-filled Thinking
Session 2 - Relate and Don't React
Session 3 - On the Roller Coaster of Hope . . . Don't Be Alone!
Session 4 - Relational Connecting Brings Hope
Session 5 - Cultivating Gratitude to Reduce Stress
Session 6 - Practicing Kindness to Reduce Stress
We would anticipate these type of symptoms from a "full" Emotional cup:
- We might be overly anxious and fearful which can paralyze us from making decisions.
- We might be impatient or overreact to family members or friends.
- We might lose sleep, energy, and motivation.
- We might "escape" into over-eating, drinking, or mindless pastimes.
Need more information? Contact Rachel Brown at 979-412-4034 or by .