Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them

Schizophrenia Through a Mother's Eyes Written by Simonetta Carr, Foreword by Michael Horton When a son, sister, or grandchild begins to behave in unexpected and disturbing ways, family members hope it is simply a phase. For some, it is instead a lifetime illness -schizophrenia. The diagnosis of schizophrenia can bring...

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Schizophrenia Through a Mother's Eyes

Written by Simonetta Carr, Foreword by Michael Horton

When a son, sister, or grandchild begins to behave in unexpected and disturbing ways, family members hope it is simply a phase. For some, it is instead a lifetime illness -schizophrenia.

The diagnosis of schizophrenia can bring shock, fear, and worry to everyone involved. But in the midst of the numerous challenges, hope doesn't have to die.

The author chronicles her experience of caring for a son with schizophrenia, along with all the struggles, questions, and fervent prayer that went with it. But this isn't one person's story. She has provided information and wisdom from psychiatrists, pastors, parents, and people who successfully live with schizophrenia, uncovering the gospel in each situation and sharing hard-won insights on how to care and advocate for those we love.

Endorsement

"By far the best book I have encountered . . . on a controversial topic. A great resource for families, students, and professionals." -- Richard Winter, Psychotherapist; Professor Emeritus of Applied Theology and Counseling, Covenant Theological Seminary

Paperback, 364 pages, selected book and resources

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