Item description for God Can Heal Anything! by Ann Doupont...
A true life story of one diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder (then called "Manic-Depression") and how it was that she was healed from it. As she was preparing the manuscript for publication, she received the records from Napa State Hospital in California, where she had been locked up on two separate occasions. She then found that on her first stay there, she had been diagnosed as having Schizophrenia and on the second time, it was Manic-Depression. The author goes into vivid detail regarding her experiences as having been a mental patient, what happened, and later sharing what it is like now - more than 23 years after being freed from the medication she was told she would have to take for the rest of her life. Bipolar has no known medical cure. It is a chemical imbalance on the brain, which is a part of the body. The disease affects every part of the person's life who has it, including alienating them from family and friends. This true story has been written to inspire others to believe God for healing from anything - for themselves, or for a loved one. God truly can heal anything
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Will offer hope for many Nov 23, 2006
I feel that this book, placed in the right hands, can be a tremendous encouragement to someone who has ever been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder. Ann is living proof that there is no such thing as "incurable" when God is involved. Ann writes in such an uncomplicated, unreligious way, that even the most simple mind can grasp what is communicated. I wish it could be in the 'waiting room' of every mental institution.
The manner in which Ann describes the events of her life is simple and straightforward, without being diluted. She gives God the glory for every little thing. I believe there are many who will find hope for themselves in thier own personal situation after hearing Ann's story.