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God’s Children

Eric Cecil explores being a consumer advocating for social justice in the mental health field. God's Children links the spiritual health of the community, country, and world to the recovery of men and women living in the mental health system, illustrated in such poems as "Plight," "Sunday Morning Rambling Blues," "Advocate," and "God's Children." An unforgettable autobiographical look at severe mental illness, God's Children offers hope for those suffering from it.

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Gould Farm: A Life of Sharing

Will Gould put Christian principals into practice by welcoming dispirited 'guests' to his mortgaged farmland engaging them in useful work and high spirited games. The result, operating since 1913, is a community that helps people- usually with the support of medication- to rehabilitate themselves from mental illness.

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Grief: Normal, Complicated, Traumatic

No longer pushed aside in favor of other pursuits, grief research, theories and therapies have made their presence known in the myriad of occupations. This is a practical guide on diagnosing and treating grieving clients.

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Helping Someone You Love Recover From Borderline Personality Disorder

Do you love someone with this illness and want to help them? Tami Green writes of her heart-wrenching struggle with BPD.

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Hidden Victims: Hidden Healers

Hidden Victims, Hidden Healers is an excellent resource book for family and friends of people who are living with some form of mental or emotional disorder.

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I Am Not Sick, I Don’t Need Help!

About 50% of all people with schizophrenia and manic-depression do not understand that they are ill and refuse treatment. Whether you are a family member or a therapist, in this book you will find hope in what the new research is revealing about the problem of poor insight into illness.

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Ill, Not Insane

The mental health system needs to move forward. Its professionals need to do more than just talk to patients. They need to become expert in all the possible causes for their patients' behaviors and then diagnose.

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In My Mother’s House

Told through the eyes of children, this collection of Pueblo Indian poems has been used in classrooms, reading programs, and with parents and children since it was first published in 1941.

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In The Shadow Of God’s Wings

Susan Gregg-Schroeder offers a bold statement about living with chronic depression and discovering gifts of God in the midst of that depression.

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Intense Minds

Young people with bipolar disorder and adults who grew up with the condition speak out to share how they experienced the symptoms of this illness during their youth, and how it affected their functioning in school, at home and with friends.

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