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After the birth of our twins I suffered from postnatal depression
After the birth of our twins I suffered from postnatal depression. In searching the local library for something that might be able to help me, I came across Mary Baker Eddy's book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. At that time I felt that I needed buoyancy and proportion in my daily life, and reading this book gave me this and so much more. To me it was like the pearl of great price mentioned in the Bible. What's more, reading it healed me of the depression.
At one time I had prayerful help from a Christian Science practitioner for a fluid retention condition for which I had previously taken medication. Each month this condition built up to a few days of misery and almost uncontrollable irritability. Through the practitioner's prayers I was healed. Instead of accepting the healing, however, I began to watch for the symptoms to reappear. When they did, I felt too ashamed to tell the practitioner and decided that I would have to handle the situation myself. I found an article in the Sentinel that encouraged me to look forward to each day with joy and the expectancy of good rather than with dread. So I started doing this.
TO OUR READERS
Transformed mental health
The right arrangement of one's thoughts
Nathan A. Talbot
Who am I?
Priscilla del Castillo
The media and "the advancing spiritual era"
On justice being served
Doreen L. Wheeler
A judge looks at individual reform
Thomas Gilbert Russell
To "become as little children"
Sharon Slaton Howell
Safe in the ark
Aaron Feuerstein on the miracle at Malden Mills
by Kim Shippey
I submit the following testimony with the utmost gratitude
Nancy O. TaVoularis
One morning when I was ready to go to work I was seized by...
Nathaniel A. Handy