Title: Through the Dark Woods: A Young Woman's ...
Publisher: Monarch Books
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: New
2007. Unabridged Edition. Paperback. . . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9780825461330
Synopsis: Depression is dubbed "the common cold of mental health," with one in five people experiencing the illness. Sufferers include the preachers like Luther, Spurgeon, and Wesley. Author Joanna Swinney stresses the importance of correct diagnosis and addresses the impact of depression on relationships, job prospects, our long-suffering families, and how depression affects our relationship with God. She outlines sensible, practical strategies that have helped her and others. A compassionate and practical look at depression and how it affects not only daily, but spiritual life. Edit
About the Author: Jo Swinney has studied theology (M.A. in Christian studies from Regent College, Vancouver, on top of a degree in English and African studies) and lives in England with her husband, Shawn.
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