How do our friends, neighbors, and family members seek and access mental and behavioral health services that will help them in their journey towards health? How do we as Christians and as a society "look after" them, and how can we do better?
If indeed you desire to be healthy, or to at least try to work toward living a healthier life than you do now, you must first answer one core question: what does healthy living mean to you?
In the 2000 presidential election I voted for Ralph Nader, a decision that brought ridicule from all sides. I had grown weary of the inability to think outside the box.