This second of a two-part series of articles on spiritual depression provides a pictorial aid that shows the development of such depression.
Is depression strictly a physiological condition? Or is there a heart/mind connection? This article enters the discussion, and argues that to understand depression requires examining both the body and the inner person, and making the necessary connections. It explains that much depression has roots in the spiritual dimension of someone's life. It offers guidance for those who are depressed.
This article suggests some steps to pursuing solutions to a child's pornography problem: listen, gather information, correct, be the parent, evaluate the child's friendships, and build moral purity.