Doing mental health recovery alone is next to impossible. Those who have the support, love and understanding of family and/or a few close friends simply do better in the long run. If you don’t have those who are supportive in your life I strongly recommend that you find a good positive mental health support group and find the support and care that you need.
Four years ago the Warrens youngest son, Matthew, lost his battle with a mental illness. And in the three years that have followed the Warrens have become advocates for hope for mental health. I had the privilege of being on a panel for their first Gathering on Mental Health and the Church. At Fresh Hope we are thankful for the encouragement of the Warrens regarding our ministry. The Warrens are the real deal. They have had pain and have suffered deep pain.