affiliation are at a higher risk for depressive symptoms and depression as

Affiliation are at a higher risk for depressive

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affiliation are at a higher risk for depressive symptoms and depression as compared to people who are affiliated with a religion 1 . Longitudinal research is scarce; however, it specifies that some forms of religious participation might offer a positively protective role against the persistence and incidence of mental health disorders 1 . Moreover, religion also inspires strong family and social ties and counseling. These factors are also recognized by secular members as positive influences. Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage--with great patience and careful instruction.”-2 Timothy 4:2 3 In order to guarantee objectivity in the research project, it would be vital to reduce bias by including a large and representative sample of participants. to minimize bias, and include a representative population. The partakers of the study would include patients who have been diagnosed with disorder, to include: anxiety, attention deficit, conduct, depression, schizophrenia, and trauma by licensed physicians. The participation would be on a voluntary basis. Moreover, participants will be assigned case numbers. In an attempt to ensure anonymity and further
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