Study examines relationship between mental health and religion, spirituality

by | Jan. 14, 2013

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Which group faces a higher prevalence of mental disorders: religious adherents, atheists and agnostics, or those who are spiritual but not religious? The answer may be surprising.

A study published this month in the British Journal of Psychiatry concluded that “people who have a spiritual understanding of life in the absence of a religious framework are vulnerable to mental disorder.”

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