Monday, March 8, 2010

How to solve depression - Christian style

On a story about Charmaine Dragun (ex-Channel 10 news presented) who committed suicide on Lexapro (the antidepressant I take) the following comment was made by a Christian.

ry of Perth Posted at 1:27 PM Today

Very sad. I pray the family is well. Stay away from phyciatry. It is not a proven physiological science at all. Phyciatry does not offer a cure, it onyl offers to correct symptoms, but in doing so the chemicals they prescribe see other disastrous effects produced, like suicide. The cure is found in Jesus Christ. I have this theory, that "mental illness" is the spirits way of telling us we need a change of life. Often this change of life is for people who are from God to come close to God. Before you call me crazy, stop and think (and research if you like) what so called "western medicine" is saying about "mental illness" and what they try to "fix" it with.

I knew Jesus could cast out demons, but cure mental illness too!! Is there nothing he can't do...Someone should tell the people at Beyond Blue their flyers about treatment are wrong when they mention prayer is ineffective.


Kel said...

I have this theory

What a coincidence, I've heard this other group have a theory too. There are alien souls trapped within us that cause depression, and they can be cured by following the way of L. Ron Hubbard. And they call themselves scientologists too... a name like that is just like sticking a Ph.D on the front of a book so you know they must be on to something.

(good to see you back posting, too bad you can't make Melbourne)

DM said...

Einstein puts the final nail in the coffin of atheism...



atheists deny their own life element...

add some comment moderation to your blog of blasphemy