I Didn’t Want to Be Broken, I Wanted to Be Whole: By Neriah

I Didn’t Want to Be Broken, I Wanted to Be Whole: By Neriah October 15, 2013

A lot of people I know who left religious backgrounds have suffered terrible mental health problems, including me. It’s fine when you believe you’re in the centre of God’s will and everything’s going according to plan. While that’s happening, religion seems to offer a mountaintop experience of knowing the mind of God. But when things go wrong, everything is your fault. Or, if you blame God, that makes you a sinner and a blasphemer. Which is your fault.

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