What is the difference between Shame and Guilt? Is it ever healthy to feel shame? Does what God says in scripture square with what psychology teaches about shame? In this presentation, consider how to develop a healthy sense of self.
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For Further Consideration
To learn more about the connection between shame and depression, check out an earlier presentation about depression in our series, Mental Health and the Bible.
For a psychological approach to shame check out this website.
Good afternoon everybody. Nice to see all of you. In the recent past we’ve been talking about various aspects of mental health and how they relate to the Bible. The idea there is to help people become more mentally healthy and realize that you can’t be spiritually healthy unless you’re mentally healthy as well. You can’t raise spiritually healthy children unless you’re spiritually healthy yourself. So all this ties back to the purpose of LifeResource Ministries, which is taking care of our kids.