What has been working for me lately at keeping me emotionally stable is by combining Christianity with Buddhism. If I told my Christian friends that I combine it with Buddhism, they would crucify me and then Excommunicate me, so I don't tell them about my combination. But this combination works for me. How did I arrive at that? Well, because when I practiced just Christianity, I found some contradictions that always gnawed at me. The pastor's answer was that whenever I find something contradictory that can not be answered, that I was to remember the phrase "God moves in mysterious ways." But to me, that was a cop-out answer to use whenever a pastor does Not have any answer. One glaring example is that Christians say that NObody can get to Heaven except through Jesus. Then at the same time, they admit that Newborn babies who die right at birth go straight to Heaven. Obviously,those babies were not Christians when they died, yet they went to Heaven. It's because of such discrepancies that I arrived at the conclusion that every religion has a flaw or two, which is why we have to respect ALL religions. To that end, I practice Buddhism as well. While I appreciate Christianity because it teaches good lessons about compassion and forgiveness, but I find it could Not help me with my Emotional problems. At that point, I found Buddhism and found that its practice of Zen enabled me to calm myself and achieve at least 75% or more of emotional stability. Most likely, you Christians will attack me and crucify me for the combination I use. But to tell you with all sincerity, Christianity has flaws too, as seen in that example about the babies. That's why ALL the different religions are needed, in order to help each other. And isn't that the whole purpose of religion?