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Thanksgiving, Gratitude, and Mental Health

Thanksgiving, Gratitude, and Mental Health

BeGratitude can help people to become more social and develop deeper and healthier relationships, which in turn can improve their emotional health. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.psychiatryadvisor.com Being thankful can lead to a deeper spirituality.  By the very nature of thankfulness we are opening ourselves to something higher or at least in the moment, in a place of higher power than ourselves.  Thankfulness is key to spirituality and Thanksgiving allows us to be thankful to God for all of our needs. If you would like to learn more about spiritual counseling training then please review the program #spiritualcounselingtraining

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The science of religion: How spirituality impacts mental health

The science of religion: How spirituality impacts mental health

Last week, millions of Americans weree navigating crushing crowds and spending hours traveling in order to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis on his first visit to this country. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.foxnews.com An interesting take on religion and how it affects the mind and one’s overall mental health.  Since the mind and body and spirit are bound together, this only makes sense that there would be a variety of affects on all three systems via our spirituality If you would like to learn more about spiritual counseling training then please review #spiritualcounselingtraining

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Spirituality Could Aid Coping in Pain Rehab

Spirituality Could Aid Coping in Pain Rehab

Spiritual care could be conducive to active coping, which may be beneficial for maintaining positive, longterm outcomes in interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.empr.com A good article on how spirituality can help people deal with pain.  Spirituality can show us there is more than this world and allow us to go beyond the material world and suffer for a greater cause.  It may also be conducive mentally to understanding suffering. If you would like to learn more about spiritual counseling training then please review the program #spiritualcounselingtraining