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Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: It Is the Beginning of Something New (A Message to Pastors)

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Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: It Is the Beginning of Something New (A Message to Pastors)

Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: When Quoting Scripture Is Not Enough (A Message to the Church)

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Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: When Quoting Scripture Is Not Enough (A Message to the Church)

Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: When You Or a Loved One Struggles, Remember You Are Not Alone

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Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: When You Or a Loved One Struggles, Remember You Are Not Alone

Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: It’s Time to Join the Companionship of Brokenness

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Sheila Walsh on Mental Health: It’s Time to Join the Companionship of Brokenness

15 Lessons from Proverbs on Being a Good Friend

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I envy people who have many friends. I envy people who even have one close friend. I envy people who intuitively know how to interact with people to build and maintain friendships. For most of my life, I never had a friendship last more than two years, and most of those relationships were significantly shorter. Then, I found a friend who stuck with me through thick and thin for more than five years. I thought I’d found the friend of a lifetime, but even that relationship imploded because I finally became too much to handle. I can be intense, especially with bipolar disorder adding mood swings and erratic behavior to the relationship. The truly sad part is when a relationship implodes (and it has happened more times than I wish to admit), I never know what I did wrong. I’m truly clueless about relationships and social skills. In addition to grieving the loss of a good friend, I spend...