What do folks think?
Is this a good start?
One in a series of attempts, which perhaps have seen too much talk and too little action?
Given that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is an ecclesial community and not a mental health arvocate: what more can or should the Church do to help those with emotional difficulties?
To enhance their lives?
To enable them within the Church family.
Please: at any given time, we have numerous threads addressing the LGBTQ
When I served as a bishop, I would refer to LDS Family Services (formerly LDS Social Services) with some regularity. I would tell people that many times, issues are multifaceted, and dealing with only the spiritual aspect would not lead to complete resolution. Much like a priesthood blessing along with the appendectomy leads to the best outcome for acute appendicitis.