Mental Health Awareness is a growing area of interest around the world and especially in the christian community.
The Grant Study attempted to define the good life by tracking the lives of nearly three hundred Harvard men. The study began in 1937, when the men were sophomores, and it followed them for more than seventy years [...]
Mental illness has a deep impact on families, including sibling relationships. NAMI (National Alliance Mental Illness) writes that… “The disruptive force of mental illness is often referred to as family burden. This burden has a subjective component, which [...]
5 Strategies to Improve Your Marriage When Facing Mental Illness 1. To fight isolation, choose connection Connection: Connection isn’t just about a weekly date night. It’s choosing to move toward each other when it would be easier to withdraw [...]
The Risk of Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Vicarious Trauma The need to care for others has never been more evident than now. The demands being placed on healthcare workers, first responders, and mental health professionals rival that of other [...]
COVID-19 might as well be a synonym for uncertainty, and facing uncertainty is never comfortable. At His Heart Foundation, we are in this right along with you. You may relate to some of our staff members’ stories… Stories of [...]
In the middle of this COVID-19 global pandemic we all share something in common--feelings of social isolation, worry, and job insecurity. We all need mental health support, especially those who are susceptible to the most stress during this [...]