Marva Dawn has an insider's view of the many spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical difficulties encountered by people with chronic illness and disabilities. She knows from experience how to nurture hope in spite of infirmity.
Filled with insight and practical help, each chapter of Being Well When We're Ill focuses on one particular kind of struggle, such as worry, guilt, the loss of meaning, or the loss of confidence and trust that God is present and personally loving. Each chapter details one or more appropriate ''finds'' – spiritual resources, emotional supports, intellectual answers, or practical solutions – that enable a person with infirmities to persevere through them and to be well in spite of them.
|Publisher:||Augsburg Fortress, Publishers|
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|File size:||445 KB|