Mental Health – On Whose Terms?   Leave a comment

$ dreamstime_10521178Iain Napier tells his story of recovery and freedom from incapacitating depression …

…  “I’ve been diagnosed with depression,” I thought to myself. “Can I seriously think of anything more depressing than taking pills for depression?”

I searched for a while. The answer was a very firm “No.” If the problem was depression, I reasoned, it was a state of mind. What could drugs and more sleep do? The disturbing thoughts and troubling existential and moral questions would still be there.New SH (2)

… when I did finally take my school friend’s advice at the end of the academic year and picked up a copy of the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, it immediately spoke to me.  Read more …

 

The full text of this article, Mental Health – On Whose Terms? by Iain Napier, was originally published in the Christian Science Sentinel.  In it Iain tells how a change of base in his thinking – a change to a more spiritual perspective – gave him permanent freedom and a return to peace and well-being.

To purchase Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy click here.

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