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Depression and Suicide (The spiritual Side)
Here are the main reasons for Suicide from our mental health experts, but why are the spiritual issues so rarely discussed by our mental health experts ???
2. Traumatic Experience:
Any type of traumatic experience can lead a person to feeling helpless, guilty, and/or ashamed. If you were victim of physical abuse, sexual abuse, and/or dealt with trauma in war, you are much more likely to end up with post-traumatic stress disorder. This disorder and the feelings associated with traumatic experiences can lead a person to become suicidal.
3. Personality Disorders…..4. Drug Addiction / Substance Abuse ….5. Eating Disorders, 6. Social Isolation / Loneliness …..7. Relationship problems
These are the main reasons given by our Mental Health experts across the globe, but they never mention the spiritual side of the these issues that can lead a person to take their own life, WHY IS THIS …….
Is there a reason why the spiritual issues so rarely discussed by our mental health experts ?????
I want to take a look at the spiritual side of suicide and see if we can identify the spiritual issues that experts seem so reluctant to talk about…..
Spiritual from the Dictionary:
Relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things.
Traditionally, spirituality refers to a religious process of re-formation which “aims to recover the original shape of man,” oriented at “the image of God” as exemplified by the founders and sacred texts of the religions of the world.
So let’s take a common issue when dealing with depression: Guilt, Shame and Condemnation
First question: Does this issue relate to the physical side or the spirit and soul of a person…..
I think we can all agree, it definitely has a spiritual side to the issue of Guilt, Shame and condemnation.
Guild refers to our sense of having done something wrong, either in reality or in our imagination. It relates to real or imagined actions or inactions which have caused real or imagined harm to others.
Shame on the other hand relates to our sense of who we are. We feel that in some way we have fallen short both in our own eyes and in the eyes of others.
The parent who says ‘What you did was naughty!’ might induce guilt. The parent who says ‘You are a naughty child!’ might induce shame.
What modern Psychology says about Guilt:
Guilt is a normal feeling, everyone feels guilt. It makes sense. We all make mistakes and we all feel bad about them. It’s just plain human.
95% OF MENTAL ILLNESS GUILT IS A WASTE OF TIME