You may be wondering why you took Calculus in school; I know I am. But why didn’t I do a language immersion course? Or learn how to negotiate — or do my taxes or write a compelling cover letter? There are some things the educational system teaches that are great. Other things, not so much. And life would be much easier if we’d gotten a few more practical life skills, right? Our panel takes a stab at calling out the good, the bad and the “I wish I’d learned that!” from our experiences in school.
Guests: Matthew Stanford,
Most of us struggle with either anxiety, depression or another mental illness — or know someone who does. There’s still a stigma around it, even (especially) in the church, but the Bible has much comfort and wisdom for the afflicted. What does it look like to embrace God’s truth for mental illness and take the right and necessary steps toward healing? Dr. Matthew Stanford, behavioral neuroscientist and author of “Grace for the Afflicted,” shares empowering research and practical solutions centered on addressing mental illness with proactive care.
She wants to move on, but realizes she’s still not over the sting of her past relationship. Why does it still hurt? And does continuing to struggle with feelings of rejection mean she’s not really over it? Lisa Anderson offers advice.