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I'm new here and my anxiety and depression of 33 years was cured within seconds. You don't need medication.

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I had a superb doctor but he isn't your typical doctor his name is Jesus Christ don't believe me try him out get down on your knees and remorsefully cry out to him and pray to the Holy Spirit to cleanse you of your painful anxiety/depression that has been tormenting you all these years and you will be as free as I. Cured on 1/4/2020 by the Holy Spirit. Medication is useless.
 

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Hi and welcome vincent1986. I am so happy you have found a cure that works for you. Why can't Jesus Christ see what we are going through and have the compassion to cure the rest of us?
 

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Hi and welcome vincent1986. I am so happy you have found a cure that works for you. Why can't Jesus Christ see what we are going through and have the compassion to cure the rest of us?
I was in tears crying and praying to Jesus you have to go to him in order to get cured but you have to be remorseful and mean it from the heart when you pray to him just as serious as you would be if someone put a gun to your childs head and you were begging the kidnappers not to shoot them you would mean it from the heart the same with Jesus except he's not a kidnapper but the same type of seriousness tears and remorse are required in prayer to receive healing. MEDICATION DOES NOT WORK.
 

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I was in tears crying and praying to Jesus you have to go to him in order to get cured but you have to be remorseful and mean it from the heart when you pray to him just as serious as you would be if someone put a gun to your childs head and you were begging the kidnappers not to shoot them you would mean it from the heart the same with Jesus except he's not a kidnapper but the same type of seriousness tears and remorse are required in prayer to receive healing. MEDICATION DOES NOT WORK.
Medication works. Please don't start that.
 

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Medication works. Please don't start that.
Friend The HOLY SPIRIT cured me after 33 years of pain i never took medication instead i suffered without it. After praying in tears and agony the HOLY SPIRIT responded by curing me. I HAVE NO MORE ANXIETY/DEPRESSION SADNESS MOOD SWINGS OR IRRITABILITY OR DISCOMFORT MY CHEST FEELS GOOD MY STOMACH FEELS GOOD MY ANXIETY IS GONE. THE HOLY SPIRIT CURED ME.
 

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Friend The HOLY SPIRIT cured me after 33 years of pain i never took medication instead i suffered without it. After praying in tears and agony the HOLY SPIRIT responded by curing me. I HAVE NO MORE ANXIETY/DEPRESSION SADNESS MOOD SWINGS OR IRRITABILITY OR DISCOMFORT MY CHEST FEELS GOOD MY STOMACH FEELS GOOD MY ANXIETY IS GONE. THE HOLY SPIRIT CURED ME.
Medication is proven to work, so...
 

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I think everybody has their own way of finding the help they need whether that’s in their religion, medication, therapy etc. if your anxiety/depression is gone, good for you! I’m glad that’s one less person suffering, but don’t make others feel like there is no other option for them. You know yourself how anxiety affected you, so telling someone medications don’t work when that’s all they feel like they have left.... isn’t ok. Jesus is an option.... don’t make it seem like it’s the only option. I’m glad you are better though!
 

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And there shall in that time be rumours of things going astray, and there will be a great confusion as to where things really are, and nobody will really know where lieth those little things with the sort of raffia work base, that has an attachment…at this time, a friend shall lose his friend’s hammer and the young shall not know where lieth the things possessed by their fathers that their fathers put there only just the night before around eight o’clock.
 

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I think everyone can agree that with health anxiety, there is an overarching network of issues - an confluence of things that inspire us to be anxious. It can stem from a single event, or be 1000 little things that build up over time.

I think we can all respect that the solution(s) behave the same way.

If your solution is spiritually, it likely takes more than just belief - it likely takes discipline, sacrifice, lifestyle changes - in order to practice that belief.

If a part of your solution is medication - it likely takes changes in mindset, healthy eating, surrounding yourself with the right people, being mindful of behaviors, etc. In order to make real strides.

As with all things, the truth lies in balance.

This is a peaceful place for me. I ask that we please respect the path others are on. We are all called to inspire others, but judge not.
 

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To be accepted and respected you have to accept and respect others too. Which the OP is not doing. Their way is the right way, in their opinion, and all other ways are wrong. I believe in God. I pray. I take medication. I am not here to tell others my way is right and their way is wrong. Nobody else should be allowed do that either. Worded in a different way it may have been accepted. But worded as it, it is just all wrong. Medication works. Take them. Prayers work. Pray. Medication and prayer works together. Pray and medicate.
 

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Anyone that preaches a miracle cure for anything is usually either wrong, a scam artist, or at the very least annoying. Everyone's body is slightly different, everyone's anxiety is slightly different. If you found something that works for you, then that is wonderful. That does not however, make it a cure all that will work for everyone. When I get bad anxiety all I want to do is go outside and pace around. I have a friend that when he gets bad anxiety he wants to lock himself in his bathroom and take a hot shower. Are either one of us wrong? Are either one of us right? No. Its whatever works for that person at that time.

You will never fully be able to go against scientific fact. Medication has been proven to help people and there are thousands of reports to back that up. Therapy has been proven to help people and there are thousands of reports to back that up. Praying has never been proven to cure anything. It might make you feel better, and if that's the case then by all means do it. However, telling people to abandon what has been proven to work and just basically begging it to go away is just a bad idea. Also, I was always taught that God helps them who help themselves. So maybe do a mixture of therapy, medication and praying.
 

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I had a superb doctor but he isn't your typical doctor his name is Jesus Christ don't believe me try him out get down on your knees and remorsefully cry out to him and pray to the Holy Spirit to cleanse you of your painful anxiety/depression that has been tormenting you all these years and you will be as free as I. Cured on 1/4/2020 by the Holy Spirit. Medication is useless.
I did those things you said and I got silence. I guess that means according to you I wasn't in enough pain or I didn't really mean it enough or didn't believe enough or wasn't good enough or whatever. But it is not an instant cure all for everyone. Please accept that everyone will not find their answers the same place you did.
 

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I think everyone can agree that with health anxiety, there is an overarching network of issues - an confluence of things that inspire us to be anxious. It can stem from a single event, or be 1000 little things that build up over time.

I think we can all respect that the solution(s) behave the same way.

If your solution is spiritually, it likely takes more than just belief - it likely takes discipline, sacrifice, lifestyle changes - in order to practice that belief.

If a part of your solution is medication - it likely takes changes in mindset, healthy eating, surrounding yourself with the right people, being mindful of behaviors, etc. In order to make real strides.

As with all things, the truth lies in balance.

This is a peaceful place for me. I ask that we please respect the path others are on. We are all called to inspire others, but judge not.
Wow! Well said...extremely well said.


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I did those things you said and I got silence. I guess that means according to you I wasn't in enough pain or I didn't really mean it enough or didn't believe enough or wasn't good enough or whatever. But it is not an instant cure all for everyone. Please accept that everyone will not find their answers the same place you did.
I definitely agree that God does not always answer prayers immediately, or the way you want. However, I like trusting him because I really don’t have anything to worry about then. Is it easy? No. Do I always do it completely? No. Vincent1986, I appreciate that God healed you and answered your prayers, but some people may not receive healing in the same way or at the same time. While it is true you have to truly mean your prayer, I don’t think that your prayer has to be perfect so that God will say “Oh look they mean it! I guess I have to heal them” or whatever, because it totally does not work like that. Jesus was the only perfect man, remember? No other man will ever be perfect, no matter how much they cry or how pious they are or how good they pray. That’s like being a Pharisee as they are described in the Bible.
 

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I’m a Christian and I believe that God can do anything. He can heal anyone, but sometimes He chooses not to. And sometimes He chooses to heal them through therapy and medication. And that’s okay. I’ve fallen on my knees and cried and prayed sincerely several times in my struggle with HA. But guess what. It’s still here. Some days worse than ever. That’s just life. God is still ever present in my life. And sometimes He uses things in our life to help other people who are struggling with the same things we are. God never promised that we wouldn’t have trials and tribulations in this life. But He did promise that He would be with us through them. Also, keep in mind that God uses different things to heal us. There is no shame in a Christian taking medication or going to therapy, or even praying and asking the Lord for healing. If that works for you, praise the Lord! But what works for one person, may not work for the next. And that’s okay. We’re all different and have different ways of coping with this.
I will say that through my own struggle, that prayer is what has gotten me through so many times, because I know that when no one else listens, God does. Just because I don’t audibly hear from Him, doesn’t mean He isn’t listening. He uses other things to speak to me, like through His word, a song, or a conversation with someone. And that’s what gets me through.
 

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I’m a Christian and I believe that God can do anything. He can heal anyone, but sometimes He chooses not to. And sometimes He chooses to heal them through therapy and medication. And that’s okay. I’ve fallen on my knees and cried and prayed sincerely several times in my struggle with HA. But guess what. It’s still here. Some days worse than ever. That’s just life. God is still ever present in my life. And sometimes He uses things in our life to help other people who are struggling with the same things we are. God never promised that we wouldn’t have trials and tribulations in this life. But He did promise that He would be with us through them. Also, keep in mind that God uses different things to heal us. There is no shame in a Christian taking medication or going to therapy, or even praying and asking the Lord for healing. If that works for you, praise the Lord! But what works for one person, may not work for the next. And that’s okay. We’re all different and have different ways of coping with this.
I will say that through my own struggle, that prayer is what has gotten me through so many times, because I know that when no one else listens, God does. Just because I don’t audibly hear from Him, doesn’t mean He isn’t listening. He uses other things to speak to me, like through His word, a song, or a conversation with someone. And that’s what gets me through.
I think you explain things way better than me :)
 

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I pray and I take medication. I would never suggest one over the other. The OP might have been depressed and anxious and then felt good again. Because of his faith God was his answer. But I am certain we can find many others with the exact same faith who are struggling badly. That does not mean God is not there. That simply means they might need a little something extra as well. Like medication. I think the first post is just wrong. Said it from the off. To tell people not to take medication that it was useless. That is wrong. Could lead to more harm than good for some people. You can have God and you can have medication. Both can work for you together.
 
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