Aug 18, 2014
Too often we say things like, "I am___________." (Fill in
the blank with your diagnosis e.g., "I'm bipolar.") Instead
we should say, “I've been diagnosed with
who have a mental health diagnosis need to understand that we
are NOT the sum total of our mental health diagnosis, rather saying that we have or have been diagnosed as _______, which indicates there is much more to us than just our diagnosis. Your diagnosis does NOT define you!
In this podcast, Pastor Brad says, "I am NOT bipolar! I have bipolar. There's a big difference between those two statements." He explores who we are in Christ; seeing it from a Christian mental health perspective.
This podcast is very encouraging to anyone who is struggling to figure out
"who they are" after being diagnosed.
Email us with your input, suggestions or topics you'd like to have covered on the program at info@FreshHope.us