Healing from Mental Illness is possible!!! I know, because I did it. I have fully healed from schizoaffective disorder after a ten-year long battle, and have been medication-free and living a normal life since June of 2013. If you or a loved one is struggling with schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness, there is hope!!! I am producing this podcast to accompany my new book, Healing Schizoaffective, to share the insights and wisdom that I gained from my experience, to help others who are suffering. Check out my website, healingschizoaffective.com, for more information! (Intro/Outro music: iStock.com/AudioGate)
HMI 015 : Healing as an Act of Service
By healing our own illness, we are doing a great service to the world!
HMI 014 : Mental Illness and Being True to Yourself
Being true to yourself can be very challenging with mental illness, but it is necessary. In this episode, I talk about realizing that my inner knowing was right all along.
Spiritual Survival Tip Bonus #11 : Be a Light
"Be a Light" is the final spiritual survival tip, a bonus not found in my book. I talk about how I consider this our true human nature, and how it is the source of fulfillment.
Spiritual Survival Tip : Trust In a Higher Power
In this episode, I discuss the tenth and final Spiritual Survival Tip from my book, the importance of having faith when struggling with a mental illness.
Spiritual Survival Tip : Learn To Love
In this episode, I discuss one of the most valuable insights that I gained during my illness, the 9th spiritual survival tip, "Learn To Love".
HMI 013 : The Power Of Gratitude
In this podcast episode, I talk about gratitude, how it is changing my life, and how it could have helped me during the illness.
Joshua, thank you for creating this podcast. My best friend of 14 years (we are 26 this year) was diagnosed with SA about 7 years ago. We are trying to get better together. This podcast so far has given me so much insight into his mental illness and his daily struggles. It’s also given me idea for how to be a more supportive friend. And it’s given me hope that he can get past this someday and go on to do the things he always dreamed about. I hope good things continue to happen for you!