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This is a small book that takes a while to read because you will want to highlight each page.
The reflections presented here stand firmly within the great historic Christian tradition and thus the work is positioned to have broad and lasting appeal.
This book looks at mental illness from every angle: the emotional, the psychological, the medical, and especially the spiritual.
An excellent testimonial to what it is like to struggle with depression. It goes beyond the blues and you can not talk yourself out of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. Cheryl Sanfacon
Thankful that the author bravely tells her story, and also gives advice to loved ones on shedding light and caring for those with mental illness.Published 1 month ago by MrsSpaterific
In putting forth "A Christian Response to Mental Illness" (the book's sub-title), Kathryn Greene-McCreight has skillfully woven theological reflections on mental illness with the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michele Morin
This book gives the best description I have ever read of life in the deep pit of despair called depression. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bryan faus
Given that 1 in 3 American's are effected by mental illness, this book should be required reading. As a Christian this has helped me better understand how to cope with mental... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chanda A. Glover
when i showed the book to my phychologist, he asked to borrow it. will be able to finish it when i get it back.Published 6 months ago by Jeanne
As far as I'm concerned, Kathryn Greene-McCreight is a truly amazing writer and spiritual companion. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Briana Bryant
This is well organized and written, but too spiritually technical. I am looking for a story that tells a more personal point of view from someone who is in the church. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cici
I had been searching for a book that explained Bipolar disorder from a Christian perspective. And I found it here and more!Published 12 months ago by Jeanie McConkey