Even by the God of thy father, who shall help thee; and by the Almighty, who shall bless thee with blessings of heaven above, blessings of the deep that lieth under, blessings of the breasts, and of the womb: Genesis 49:25 KJV
Blessed has reached such heights of overuse that tracking it has become a virtual sport. It’s almost as if the Internet now exists simply to voyeuristically hate-read all of the ways everyone else in
the world has been blessed. There is literally no other word that can simultaneously inspire such hidden truth What I have noticed is that the most common answer to this simple question, how are you doing, “blessed,” but are you, really?
What do you do when everything is not blessed? What do you do when you realize an addiction may be taking over your life, or your marriage is a wreck or you’re feeling stuck mentally, emotionally, or spiritually? What do you do when you feel depressed and thoughts of ending it start creeping in?
It’s ok to not be ok without hiding behind words. And there is hope in those moments where you admit that blessed” isn’t the whole story. There are four areas where others seem to struggle most and hide behind the word “blessed.”
2. Emotional, mental, and spiritual health
4. Depression and suicidal thoughts
How often do we actually admit the truth to ourselves as well as others? Especially these days, how do we become okay with speaking the truth without feeling like we’re complaining or being a
These past three years were tough! From the coronavirus pandemic to surges in social, racial, and political unrest, there is a lot going on in the world that has had a profound impact on the mental health of people of all ages and has tested our resiliency and patience. Throughout this past year, mental health needs have reached new heights, and depression and anxiety rates have drastically increased.
Our mental health affects how we think, feel and act. It impacts our choices, how we handle stress, and our day-to-day interactions with others. Our mental health largely determines our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Yet, mental health concerns are vastly unaddressed, unacknowledged, and left untreated for a multitude of reasons, including social stigma and lack of education regarding available resources such as online Christian therapy.
Online Christian Counselors offer what is called teletherapy or virtual therapy. Online counselors provide mental health support from any location. Some forms of online therapy include texts, emails, phone calls, and video services. At NuWell Counseling Services, they offer virtual online sessions. Now. Some clients prefer not to show their faces virtually, so talk therapy has been extended for comfortability via a secured platform.
Online Christian Counseling platforms also provide opportunities for individuals to connect to counselors within/outside of their networks. Virtual therapy appears equally effective as in-person
therapy for treating mental health needs. Grant NuWell Counseling Services, online Christian Counselors, the opportunity to help you speak the truth regarding how you’re truly feeling. We have discovered that knowing that you’re blessed is one thing but hiding behind the word “blessed” is a form of wearing a mask. NuWell Counseling Services wants to help you say what you mean and mean what you say. Call us TODAY; let’s focus on your spiritual and mental health.