Mental illness is not a sin. Getting help shows courage, not weakness. These are just a couple of the messages Kari Ferguson has shared on her popular blog. After years of suffering herself, she's teaching others to combat the stigmas surrounding mental illness, invite an open gospel dialogue, and keep fighting. Learn how to help yourself and those you love return to faith, service, and advocacy in this much-needed book.
|Publisher:||Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
KARI FERGUSON is a mental health advocate and blogger who lives with OCD. She is the woman behind theocdmormon.com, encouraging openness and dialogue about mental health and faith. She is a contributing writer for The Mighty, a popular online resource for mental health and disabilities, and has written freelance for other publications including Utah Diners Guide, World Art Glass Quarterly, and Desert Saints Magazine. Kari received her BS from BYU in Recreation Management and Youth Leadership and her MA in Sociology from the University of London. After returning from her LDS mission, Washington DC South, she taught "Writing for Mass Media" and "Media and Society" courses at Utah Valley University.