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The Lifter of My Head: How God Sustained Me During Postpartum Depression Paperback – July 3, 2007
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What I often consider a sign of a great book such as this is the ability to apply the wisdom to any number of life circumstances. For example, reading a book about infertility and loss (Hannah's Hope by Jennifer Saake) after already giving birth to my son taught me so much about the journey I was now on, despite the fact that my infertile days had come to a close. The same can be said of Sue's book. I learned so much that can be so applicable to any dark valley that one may go through. Lean on Scripture and hold on with all your strength, even if by your very fingertips. I also learned much about friendships with Sue, again crying as I recalled how Christ worked through the many types of friends as He carried me through my depression. Sue is also always quick to remind the reader of the resulting growth that comes from walking through a dark valley such as postpartum depression.
I was greatly encouraged by this book and inspired by Sue's story and I highly recommend this book. It is a story of encouragement and most of all, a story of hope. There is always hope.
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More of a story though that a self help book. But she is a great story teller and does such a great job on the audio. I really enjoyed the book and understand the depths of PPD. Read morePublished 20 months ago by RioMOM
This book interested me after being concerned during my own pregnancy because of the way I was feeling. Read morePublished on November 7, 2013 by Miko
Sue writes a very personal book as though you are her best friend and she is telling you her advice and situation because she knows that you're in it too... Read morePublished on December 26, 2012 by shawna