Broken minds, broken lives

"Broken minds, broken lives" Continued...

Issue: "Getting paid not aid," Feb. 22, 2014

Churches could form close-knit communities with multiple eyes to detect symptoms of mental illness and intervene. Churches could also be sanctuaries of healing and compassion for broken individuals overwhelmed by impossible circumstances. Now, psychiatrists and therapists offer the brain for a temporary fix, and government tosses money into a broken system, but who treats the eternal soul? 

—Part 2 of a two-part series on mental illness (see “Saving Seth,” Feb. 8)

Sophia Lee
Sophia Lee

Sophia is a features reporter for WORLD. She graduated from the University of Southern California with degrees in print journalism and East Asian language and culture. She lives in Los Angeles with her cat, Shalom. Follow Sophia on Twitter @SophiaLeeHyun.


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